Some remodels are easy and some are extremely challenging. We’re usually drawn to drastic renovations and spectacular transformations, projects which involve tearing down walls and building extensions. Today, however, we found a rather different project that we’d like to show you. It’s an apartment located in Sao Paulo, Brazil which measures 100 square meters and was renovated by Diego Revollo Arquitetura in 2016. This is actually a loft and the remodel was pretty easy considering that there were no superfluous walls and no structural changes to be made.
But what is a loft without a mezzanine…Luckily this apartment already had one and the architects took advantage of that. They invested in elegant finishes and prioritized materials and functionality. The apartment features gray burnt cement walls and ceilings which give it a masculine allure and look nice in combination with the exposed pipes and brick pattern. To balance the decor, the architects introduced wood flooring throughout the spaces, creating a warm and welcoming ambiance.