With a space limitation, the layout was designed for the best use of space through the integration and optimization of spaces. Affective decoration and independent artists is combined with industrial materials and striking colors to create a contemporary environment full of personality with a harmonious contrast between the old and the new. . The concrete countertop was a great ally for the studio integration. Besides to directing the look to the view, it attend different functions necessary for the day-to-day in the studio: from a office desk to the dining table, it also serves as a countertop for food preparation and a rack for moments of leisure. All this in a simple and outstanding way in the studio.
The choice for a monolithic floor allowed the use of a more impactful color on the ceiling. The gradation of colors can also be perceived by the different materials used, which increase these nuances, but in a delicate way. . Nothing is more sustainable than what already exists. Based on this principle, the project sought to explore existing furniture, materials and elements. The use of second-hand furniture, objects and lamps, bought in antique dealers, stands out. . The curtain creates a fluid and adaptable sectoring, allowing the bedroom space to be fully open, partially closed or isolated. This flexibility allows for different experiences inside the studio, in a simple and light way. Helping in the demarcation of the room, we have a large plateau that elevates the bed from the floor of the studio, delimiting the space through this lower second plane in the studio. . Despite having only 24m², the studio is functional, cozy and has everything needed for a pleasant life.