This approximately 1,400-square-foot apartment in São Paulo belongs to a couple, who called in architect Diego Revollo to reconfigure the layout and refresh the space. A Suita sofa and a Petit Repos chair from Vitra outfit the living area.
Though the main living spaces are connected, Revollo also used varying materials to create a range of experiences—the living area, covered with a gray carpet, is distinguished from the dining area, as well as the semi-enclosed kitchen. A pair of Redondo chairs from Moroso form a casual sitting area.
Revollo chose to line the kitchen in printed Frame porcelain tile from Ceramiche Refin in order to energize the room. Custom cabinetry surrounds an Electrolux refrigerator. Mega Bulb pendant lights from &Tradition hang above the countertop.
The graphic tile covers the floor, walls, and ceiling. The kitchen millwork was done by Inovart Carpentry.
Sliding wood panels made from Nogueira wood separate the bedroom area from the rest of the space. Eames chairs surround a Table B table by Konstantin Grcic.
Two Jens Risom Lounge Chairs furnish the balcony, which Revollo expanded. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors allow natural light to fill the interior.