When the clients requested the renovation project of this apartment, located in Asa Norte in Brasília, the main concern was to expand the social areas. Previously, the couple lived in a duplex whose size was almost double the current one, but with the departure of their children and the desire to travel led them to considerably reduce the size of their new residence. However, the option for practicality should not impact the spacious space they were used to, nor their ability to receive family and friends at home.
因此，CoDA致力于创建一个项目，其中的主要准则是建设综合环境，最好地利用现有空间。该项目方案取消了现有的一间卧室，以增加居住面积，并重新设计了厨房空间，使其与社交区开放融合。在私密的部分，保留了主卧室和两间客卧，这两间客卧也作为日常的办公室。主卧室的浴室也被扩大了，以获得一个浴缸和一个更大的台面空间。新的厨房得益于拆除了原来的厕所和杂物间，以获得一个更开放和水平的建议。一个宽大的 “U “形台面容纳了主要的电器，而侧面的橱柜墙包含了冰箱、烤箱塔和储藏室。墙壁被覆盖在天然石材上。在厨房的天花板上，可以隐藏照明和管道式空调，为公寓的整个社交区域提供冷却。
Therefore, CoDA was committed to creating a project in which the main guideline was the construction of integrated environments, with the best use of available space. The project program eliminated one of the existing bedrooms in order to increase the living area, and redesigned the kitchen space to allow its open integration into the social area. In the intimate portion, the master bedroom and two guest bedrooms were kept, which also serve as offices on a daily basis. The master bedroom’s bathroom was also enlarged, in order to receive a bathtub and a bigger countertop space. The new kitchen benefits from the removal of the original toilet and utility room for a more open and horizontal proposal. A wide “U” shaped countertop receives the main appliances, while a side wall of cabinets contains the refrigerator, oven tower, and pantry. The walls have been covered in natural stone. In the kitchen’s ceiling, it has been possible to recess the lighting and hide the ducted air conditioner that cools the entire social area of the apartment.
为了摆放这对夫妇的艺术收藏品，在客厅和卧室之间的分界处分配了一块大木板，通过一个固定在石板上的金属结构略微悬挂在地板上。这个结构也接收了从中心件可见的 “家庭影院”，一个两面的沙发，也配置了客厅。社交区的扩展通过拆除原来的石膏天花板得到了加强，增加了天花板的高度并露出了现有的混凝土结构。为了强调这一元素的存在，建议使用由办公室设计的反射盘进行照明，并随机安装，为整个房间提供愉快的间接光。最后，所采取的策略产生了一个独特的大型社交空间，明亮而通风，可以看到Olhos D’água公园和周边地区的优越景观。
To host the couple’s art collection, a large wooden panel has been allocated in the division between the living room and bedrooms, slightly suspended from the floor by a metal structure anchored on the slab. This structure also receives the “home theater” visible from the central piece, a two-sided sofa that also configures the living room. The expansion of the social area has been reinforced by the removal of the original plaster ceiling, increasing the ceiling height and revealing the existing concrete structure. To emphasize the presence of this element, lighting was proposed using reflective trays designed by the office and installed randomly, providing pleasant indirect light to the entire room. Finally, the strategies adopted resulted in a unique and large social space, bright and airy, with a privileged view of the Olhos D’água Park and surrounding areas.
Architects: CoDA arquitetos
Area: 163 m²
Manufacturers: Acervo Mobília, Atelier Fernando Jaeger, Casa do Vidro, Dias, GPS, Kaizen, Ladrilharia, Light Design e Elétrica Capital, Líder Interiores, Marmoluz, Portinari, Suleiman
Lead Architects: Pedro Grilo, Gabriel Nogueira
Design Team: Gabriel Góes, Brenda Santiago, Julia Moraes, Lia Soares
Work: Gabriel Góes, Rafferson Camel
Editorial: Mariana Verdolin
Mestre De Obras: Antônio Soares
Tratamento Do Concreto: Zé Rogério
Limpeza De Obra: Limpidus
City: North Wing