Copacabana apartment by Ourico Arquitetura

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Vintage and retro are the main styles that complement each other and support a bohemian atmosphere and somehow nostalgic, in the Copacabana apartment. Arranged by Beto Figueredo and Luiz Eduardo Almeida, founders of the Brazilian firm Ourico Arquitetura, the apartment is located, as the name suggests, in the most famous resort in Rio de Janeiro, Copacabana. The apartment has a generous panoramic view over the beach and sea while being caressed through the large windows by the sunlight. The sliding doors and a movable wall allow the space to be transformed according to the desire and needs of the owner. The living room, kitchen, dining area and a working space can easily merge into one roomy space, brightly lit by the natural light. The white of the walls highlights the decors marked by the presence of the marine shades, the Copacabana apartment being an extension of the sea that is strongly visually linked. Via Ourico Arquitetura

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