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Magnificent Designs An Apartment For An Art Collector

corridor idea as art exhibition

Located in Brasil, a magnificent apartment design delivered  a different ambience for home living designed by Architect Consuelo Jorge  a home for an art collector in Brazil. The main challenge in the development of this project was having to transform this apartment into a place where family and art could live together in harmony. The chief concern was to shelter the works of art in a modern bold ambiance without leaving aside the coziness and playfulness of a home, thus valuing the life history of its dweller.

double side wooden panel doora briliant idea using one big wood panel as door-cover bring a solid, The entrance sets the tone of what is to be seen in the rest of the apartment. The tunnel, which is an element of transition between the inside and the outside, arises from the desire of not having a conventional door but of creating a connection that would discreetly lead to the interior of the apartment. The tunnel was done in certified Finnish Pinus wood with the finishing in matte acrylic paint and biometric door lock

elegance corridor with masive panelThe works of art, spread all around, stand on baiteg blue Limestone floor, giving you a feel of being in an art gallery. In the entrance, there are paintings by Frans Krajberg, Iberê Camargo and Tomie Otahke, a XII century chair, a pulpit by master Valentin, installations by Mira Schendel and the Angel Ramirez

main entrance form lift divide using double sided wood panel when it closed

main entrance form lift divide using double sided wood panel

home office concept using thick wood

transformation masive cabinet from living room to office room

another spacious living room with armless sofa

Book shelves onto living room with decorative carpet  sofa in living room with single leather armchair

bedroom with minimalist concept

dining area with white and stainless concept

white bathup with wooden floor

wide screen television on wooden wall panel

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