In this serene apartment in Sao Paulo designed by Nildo José Architects you'll find yourself in a soothing and modern atmosphere. With sober and soft furnishings, the designers created a unique interior with a wall with pivoting doors as a special touch.
The renewed GM apartment is located in a residential tower in the Vila Madalena neighbourhood and was decorated for a businessman. The unit now has two bedrooms, first there were three, and an open plan with a living room, dining area and kitchen in one space. The cosy sitting area is sunken and has a wooden floor. This open space is separated from the bedroom with en-suite bathroom and workplace with a special wall of pivoting doors. When these are all open, this creates an even more open feeling, but they can also (all separately) be closed for extra privacy. There is also an open feeling in the bedroom because it is only partially separated from the bathroom by a wall through which you can see.
A balanced and soft whole with playful touches and 70s vibes.
The visible concrete in the ceiling and pillars creates a modern, rough look and is beautifully complemented and softened by the use of light wood and a floor of green tiles. That green colour is also present in details such as cushions, chairs and in the kitchen and also other accessories in the apartment are in pastel colours that give it a soft look. José Nildo chose a mix of modern and vintage furniture. The end result is a balanced and soft whole with playful touches and 70s vibes.
Images: © NJ+ (Photos by Fran Parente)