Belonging to the third generation of the same family, Casa Piraja in the city of Sao Paulo was renovated to receive the new residents, a young couple and their dog. The overly compartmentalized spaces with low lighting and low ceiling did not meet expectations.
Maíra Acayaba is a photographer of architecture based in São Paulo, Brazil.
The project is a renovation for a 38 sqm apartment in a newly built building in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Because it was a limited space, the tall furniture had to be concentrated. It was decided to join all the items that could generate visual barriers in blocks and lean them against the few walls of the single dormitory apartment
This family apartment located in São Paulo, was designed for a family who was asking for integrated spaces. We came up with a proposal to create a large and fluid space taking advantage of the natural lighting conditions and recreating spaces, eliminating partitions and uniting the environments.
This Guaruja flat is the new address of a retired couple on the coast of São Paulo. The architectural intervention in the existing space was based on the decompartmentalization of the environments that were once fragmented did not represents the lifestyle of the residents.
Morumbi Apartment was designed by brazilian architect Julliana Camargo. The apartment has an area of 220 sqm and is located in Sao Paulo, Brasil. Photography Maira Acayaba Thank you for reading this article!