Sao Paolo Apartment Interior Design by Felipe Hess & Renata Pedrosa

Located in São Paulo, Brazil, this apartment has a classical charm. It’s probably because of the color palette. The apartment has white walls throughout and wooden floors with a rather dark-chocolaty finish and there are red and black accents throughout the rooms. The apartment was designed by Felipe Hess and Renata Pedrosa between 2008 and 2009. It has a total area of around 140 square meters.

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The basic lines of the design project were to turn this apartment into a contemporary loft and to give it a more fluid layout. The designers also wanted to create more open spaces and give the apartment an airy feel. Originally, it had three bedrooms, a large living room, a kitchen and a laundry room. As part of the redesign and remodel project, the apartment was demolished and the only remaining things were the columns and shafts. The idea was to give it a new division and to totally recreate its interior.

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

Copan ApartmentView in gallery

The newly redesigned apartment now features a central block that separates the social area from the rest of the space. The block is facing the private zone and it’s also used as a storage space. The kitchen is facing the social area. It’s white, clean and decorated with red accents. A concrete shelf/bench can be seen in the social area. Here you’ll find the owner’s memorabilia, all beautifully displayed there, from music-related items, to art and awards.