Incredible Bookcase Apartment in Brasil by Triptyque Studio

Incredible Bookcase Apartment in Brasil by Triptyque Studio

Don’t you just love it when you see a home that emphasizes on its many, many books? In this post we would like to showcase an original apartment designed by Triptyque Studio for Houssein Jarouche, owner of the design boutique Micasa in São Paulo. The striking element of this uncommon home is a giant curved bookcase that seems to be warped around the main living space of the apartment. Here is a small description from Triptyque: This project embodies the idea of global design – it’s a completely artistic project. A contemporaneous and singular architectural plan is established from the layout to the faucets. The apartment was planned as a great gallery with aligned rooms without an established function. The goal was to stimulate unexpected occupations and giv a certain gratuité to the spaces. The main concept was to work the space as whole unit, divided in smaller rooms (photos © Fran Parente)- via Fubiz


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  • Old Luxe January 11, 2011 at 07:36 AMLogin to Reply →

    Modern design at its best – in todays world where balancing fashion and function in small places is a modern design challenge, Triptyque Studio rules. Bravo!

  • Luca January 11, 2011 at 07:38 AMLogin to Reply →

    300 square feet my ass…

  • Texchanchan January 11, 2011 at 17:12 PMLogin to Reply →

    Nice design, but wouldn’t begin to hold the books my family has.

  • Eva Wallace January 11, 2011 at 21:13 PMLogin to Reply →

    Holy cow! That’s awesome!! I especially like the crib/wagon – I could have really used that!

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  • Ricardo César February 1, 2011 at 17:26 PMLogin to Reply →

    I loved the “Here we smoke a lot” stuff!