What could have been an obstacle was the solution found by the architects Sarah Bonanno and Marina Cardoso de Almeida, principals of Tria Arquitetura, from Brazil, for the project to renovate this apartment in São Paulo. The concrete structural walls were peeled by the architects and carried a perfect balance between construction and interiors, marked by the use of shades of gray, blue and mustard.
Designed by Tria Arquitetura
With 110m², this was the first renovation of the property since its construction in the 70's. The architectural party, according to the architects, came with the confirmation that the structural walls would need to remain. So the goal was to change the layout, but not radicalize.