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Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

Interiors Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910“It cannot be Comercial”. That was the first thing said by the young couple that own this apartment when we’ve had our first meeting and that really get along with our firm’s way of working. From that moment on we knew that this work would have strong potencials to be unique.

Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

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Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

© Alain Brugier

Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

© Alain Brugier

The starting point was the main entrance door. A stainless steel screen, originated from highly modern influences and which, at the end, weighed 1ton.

Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

© Alain Brugier

Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

© Alain Brugier

From the door and throughout all the other details, the project goes by the modern to the contemporary, but always inside the minimalist premisses of our firm.

Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

© Alain Brugier

Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

© Alain Brugier

Kiko Salomão Architecture | Project 910

© Alain Brugier

From the architecture, interior design to furniture design, decoration and art, our firm was focused on creating a precisely detailed, exclusive and timeless project.

Location: São Paulo, Brasil
Architect: Kiko Salomão Architecture
Project name: Project 910
Team: Kiko Salomão, Ana Lino, Rafael Palombo, Renata Leite, Giovanna Kuwada, Brunno de Alencar
Year of completion: 2012
Area: 515 M2
Photography by: Alain Brugier
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