Our desire was to break the barrier between the interior and the exterior on a busy privileged corner of Sao Paulo. The facade featured a metal structure that we integrated with the project, turning it into a facade entirely made of shutters, which provides natural light and permanent ventilation to both the kitchen, on the upper floor, and the eating hall, where folding windows also equipped with shutters create small marquees when opened, bringing full view of the surroundings. Guillotine windows shelter from window and rain. The concept of no boundaries extends to the side of the building, where a large counter is table-high from the inside and a counter from the outside, where stools complete the set and it becomes a large collective table, enriching this urban experience. Portuguese mosaic paving was used both in the sidewalk and the veranda, connecting the city to the architectural ensemble. The colors are shades of green and caramel; natural colors that bring peace, comfort and well-being. The vertical garden in the veranda’s wall strengthens this intention. The rough cast plaster and the exposed pipes in the hall’s wall were painted a soft green color, blending in the textures and imperfections that our concept allows for. A concrete bench is adorned with caramel canvas seating, tied to the wall by belts, showcasing the attention to details. Vintage lamps bring delicacy and poetry to the place. The bar got a unique approach, without stealing attention from the whole. Small rectangular modules of marble scraps were installed vertically and linearly, giving it personality. A design that knows no boundaries: marked by movement, open views, colors and textures, which, more than aesthetics, build meaning in architecture.