A cozy Pied à Terre, São Paulo
São Paulo-based interior designer, Fábio Galeazzo, has completed the Pied à Terre project. The contemporary apartment can be found in São Paulo, Brazil.
According to the designer: “The apartment was reformed and various sustainable materials like certified handling wood in the floor and in some walls were used. The kitchen walls were removed and replaced by a intermixed tone of green olive glass style bar for quick meals. On the side wall we used contemporary art in the form of graffiti by a young artist.
“The grey tone of the wood allowed us to use a vibrant colour such as turquoise and humored decoration. The furniture and decoration items are a mix of design and vintage pieces, like the olive green leather sofa, decó armchairs and some fashion universe references like tie dye cushions. In the dining room there’s a pendant shelf with small red spaces that serves as a home for a toy collection and other curiosities. Alongside there’s a luminous circular optical object which reinforces the young and relaxed look of the place. The classical design of the dining table goes with Constantin Greek chairs. Next to it, serving as a sideboard, there’s a dresser painted with a tailoring motif and on top of it a black acrylic cut on the form of a classic silhouette.
“In the bedroom you can find the same materials choices for coatings and for the chevet we chose handmade purple textiles that go with the tantan quilt. Over the bed a thin recess was used by a recycling an acrylic cutting. Above the recess Italian lamps were picked to for nighttime reading, on the side wall, there’s a carved wood sculpture in the form of a wing.”
Images courtesy of Célia Weiss.