A full transformation of 48m² apartment by by Mauricio Arruda Arquitectos & Designers. The goal was to expand via the unity of each floors of this duplex apartment, the project has a restricted colour and material pallet.
To invert the frequently used “wooden floor and white walls” combo, white epoxy painting over the existing floor was utilised on both floors and the walls had been covered by a mix of gray and beige, identified in the style globe as “greyge”, which embraces the sobriety and masculinity of gray with a touch of warmth from the brown tones.
The woodwork from the ground floor has ebonized finishing, both in the living room´s shelves and in the kitchen cabinets. The only exceptions to the black-white-greyge pallet are the kitchen´s floral cement tiles, the Moroccan Berber carpet and the illustrations that compose his Brazilian vintage collection.