Interior design by Pascali Semerdjian Arquitetos
From the interior designer:
The apartment is a 376m² single floor located in São Paulo.
In the social area, the dining room is integrated to the living room, surrounded by large, landscaped balconies, the custom wine cellar, kitchen with lunch room, and the tv room – a wall separates the social area from the entry hall and the apartment's private/intimate spaces.
Besides the guest suite, isolated from the intimate area by a door, the project includes the couple's suite, with closet and bathroom, and the daughters' bedrooms with a toy room, closet, and common bathroom.
The social areas and guest suite occupy half of the apartment, while sliding doors allow private circulation between the three family bedrooms and the kitchen – an intimate sanctum within the larger context.
The owners worked with the architects to develop social zones that are both deeply Brazilian and vividly cosmopolitan.
In the entry hall, a hemicycle of light blazes through a panel of jade-coloured Pakistani onyx – 'like a sunset at the end of the corridor'.