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Fabio found his new home right at the heart of downtown São Paulo. An apartment in a 1940’s building, designed by the architect Adolf Franz Heep, that needed to be fully remodelled.


São Paulo, Brazil

GAP Interiors/Alessandro Guimaraes

Feature No:   4616 

Qty of Images:    40 


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The rooms were compartmentalizebut Fernando Falcon (from Taco Architects) came up with a floorplan to make them fluid and integrated. The highlights are the hexagonal cement tiles in the floor, that varies from rose to red in pale tones, that spreads all over the house. Concrete also plays an important role in the apartment’s new look. The material can be seen exposed on the columns and was used to build the sofa, shelves and desk.



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