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Holliday 711 Apartment – The Industrial and Fun is All Over the Place

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Holiday 711 apartment is the first project designed by the Brazilian studio Mezzanine Arquitetura. Mezzanine was founded in 2015 by Rômulo Teixeira and Cintia Miyahira. The apartment is located in Santos, Brazil, and was designed in industrial style. Customized furnitures, colors, container door, container dining table and container stools, are the “Characters” that lives on this colorful space of 47 m2. The industrial and fun is all over the place.

Photographs: André Monteiro
Designers: Cintia Miyahira and Rômulo Teixeira / Mezzanine Arquitetura

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