The Harmonia Apartment, designed by Guto Requena, displays its interesting, open-space interiors in a neighborhood of Sao Paulo, Brazil. The whole apartment is a fun interpretation of urban lifestyle. The apartment spreads over two floors, with large terraces upstairs flanking the bedroom. On the first floor, a fun delimitation of the kitchen was made by covering the walls and ceiling with white tile – this brings a visual detailing to the cooking area and separates it from the dining and living zones. Small but efficient, the kitchen continues into the dining space, where a bold yellow dining table surrounded by metal chairs is illuminated by a zig-zag system of neon lights.
The exposed concrete finishes and round staircase make the space look industrial chic. Under a concrete bench on the wall opposing the windows, plastic crates act as storage. A modular cardboard bench, a distressed armchair and a modern green chair in the small living space allow guests to rest comfortably and enjoy a cup of tea and great conversations. The apartment features a mall toilet and shower on the first floor and a second bathroom upstairs, delimited from the master bedroom by large dark floor-to-ceiling doors. Take a look at the photos and see what the best feature of this apartment is, then share your opinion with us, in the comment section below.