We believe in open spaces, maximize natural light, create consistent spaces that reflect the people that inhabit them.
We focused the design in giving prominence to the double heights and the natural light. All the furniture and decorative pieces have been carefully chosen to reflex luxury and make the rooms feel grand.
We created a contemporary design focused on simple forms, natural materials like hardwood floors, leathers, marble, glass; bordering the minimalism but with natural elements to add a warm, organic touch to the apartment.
All the decorative and furniture pieces feel airy and allow you to see through to make the common areas like a big unique space. The Algorithm pendant (Vibia) over the Flexform’s Groundpiece sofa in the living room remarks the double height without cutting the view or looking heavy, while the rug adds a warm and colorful touch to the room. The master bedroom closets are all from Rimadesio, made with glass that duplicates the light and creates the illusion of a bigger room, hiding all the storage at the same time.
The staircase and the double heights play a critical role in the architecture of the common areas. The client wanted a home with open spaces; the interiors extend to the several terraces, water areas (hot-tub and swimming pool) integrating all the house with the plants and greenery.
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PHOTOGRAPHED BY SILVIA PAREDES
We love the Opus Bookcase by Rimadesio, dividing and at the same time, connecting the staircase and the living area. The wall was adjusted to fit the aluminum bookcase.
The staircase was designed by Iconno and custom made for the project by Interbau with marble pieces from Salvatori. To adjust them to the area and supported with a stainless steel structure. Apart from being the point that separates night and day areas, it concentrates the energy reserve of the house. During winter, the double height side wall, paneled with oak wood accumulate heat and the black pebbles on its base, provide freshness in summer through the trays with aquatic plants.
The master bedroom headboard wall is covered with gray marble with a raw texture to emulate the wood hand cut. The soffit-indirect light creates even a stronger textured effect. We separated the walk-in closet from the master bedroom with Rimadesio sliding panels. The glass panels don’t need any track on the floor, so we keep the feeling of one whole room and at the same time provide privacy to the bed area.
The architecture of the building is unique, the double heights, the central staircase that allows seeing through, the selection of natural elements like wood, stone and leather and how everything mixes with the natural light and the sky colors. This is a house of open spaces, interiors that extend in the numerous terraces and its water areas, (the swimming pool and hot tub) and the plants and greenery. In the interiors, the natural light is the main element that fuses with the terraces and the sky.