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FCstudio | Ibirapuera

Concept & Competition FC_APTO_C1

An important view of the park designed by Niemeyers and large spatial integration, those elements were the starting points for the design of Ibirapuera´s apartment. The integrated rooms, which occupy part of the original terrace, form a large space containing furnishings chosen and / or developed by FCstudio. The chromatic dimensions and language of each piece have been established during the project in order to create an coherent atmosphere with the sensations perused in each environment: comfort, functionality, informality and intimacy. A horizontal wood shelf identifies the home theater and expands the space. The lunch room is bounded only by a winery that serves the dining room.

The recreation area is integrated with the rest of the apartment through the sliding doors and condenses all functions in one mobile: a concrete table.

FC_APTO_C2Designed and executed by FCstudio, this piece has different heights, thicknesses and support it becomes as needed and promotes social integration requested by customers. The design of each piece dialogues with others and contributes to a contemporary spatiality of possibilities.

Location: Ibirapuera, Sao Paolo, Brazil
Architect: FCstudio
Year: 2013
Area project: 202m²
Total area: 462m²
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