Studio dLux despatched us photographs and knowledge depicting a colourful household residence in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The reconstruction of this 56m2 condominium was deliberate to unravel the problems of the 2 residents, a biologist/animal lover and her son. The first challenge was the shortage of privateness that each of them had, with just one rest room to share. Another drawback was the dangerous use of the house’s area, contemplating that the 2 residents even have pets. The designers needed to clear up all of those points with a small execution price range, making use of cheaper, however no much less trendy options.
The undertaking envisioned the creation of open areas for an enchancment of the area utilization. The kitchen wall was taken off and a further toilet was created for the biologist’s son. Custom made linear furnishings was designed by the studio with the intention of giving amplitude to the room and extra organizational area for the residents’ belongings. The condo has quite a lot of supplies combined all through the rooms, beginning with the ground, made with burnt cement with a layer of resin on prime. The front room conventional revetment has been changed by a yellow painted metallic tile. The kitchen and the loos acquired colourful and extra vivid by means of using hydraulic tiles. The new hallway used black operating doorways, made with HDF (High Density Fibreboard), in order that the precious area didn’t go to waste by means of typical doorways.There was additionally a mixture of supplies within the furnishing of the area. The kitchen cabinets and the lounge rack have been made from marine plywood, whereas the benches in the lounge and the toilet cupboards have been made with OSB (Oriented Strand Board). The kitchen work floor was made with a Teak panel, and the eating board was inbuilt a yellow pigmented HDF, utilizing a black painted PVC tube. Photos and knowledge offered by way of e-mail by Studio dLux