Tria Arquitetura Revitalize a 90s Apartment in São Paulo, Brazil

                                                <a href="https://design-milk.com/tria-arquitetura-revitalize-a-90s-apartment-in-sao-paulo-brazil/sao-paulo-apt-tria-arquitetura-1/" data-wpel-link="internal"><img src="https://design-milk.com/images/2018/10/Sao-Paulo-Apt-TRIA-Arquitetura-1-810x540.jpg" alt="Tria Arquitetura Revitalize a 90s Apartment in São Paulo, Brazil" /></a>
                                Seemingly stuck in the 90s, this <a href="http://www.triaarquitetura.com.br/projetos/apartamento-salvador-cardoso"  rel="noopener external noreferrer" data-wpel-link="external">apartment</a> in São Paulo, Brazil was in need of a major makeover. Enter Brazilian architecture firm <a href="http://www.triaarquitetura.com.br/"  rel="noopener external noreferrer" data-wpel-link="external">Tria Arquitetura</a> (whose work we&#8217;ve <a href="https://design-milk.com/tag/Tria-Arquitetura/"  rel="noopener" data-wpel-link="internal">featured before</a>), who was asked to update the interior by way of replacing dated details, increasing natural light, and adding innovative technology throughout. A new staircase was installed using two different materials – white Dekton on the lower part and then open wood treads above the fourth step.
The apartment spans 260-square-meters and was given a new open layout, as well as a fresh color palette of neutrals to make it feel cozy while also keeping it bright. A vertical plant wall was installed just inside from the patio area where it receives plenty of natural light. The master bathroom was integrated into the closet for added convenience and greenery was incorporated to give it a more spa-like feel. An office was
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Tria Arquitetura Transforms a 1970s Apartment in São Paulo, Brazil

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                                Though based in the United States, a couple wanted a modern apartment in São Paulo, Brazil that was both comfortable and cozy, where they could host friends and family. Hired to complete the job was <a href="http://www.triaarquitetura.com.br/" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">Tria Arquitetura</a>, who transformed this 1970s, 165 square meter (approx. 1776 square feet) <a href="http://www.triaarquitetura.com.br/projetos/apartamento-jardins" data-wpel-link="external"  rel="external noopener noreferrer">apartment in the Jardins neighborhood</a> into a space that worked in modern times but still honored its architectural integrity.
The wood floors, windows, and ceiling height were kept the same, while the master bathroom and a new bathroom were given fresh, modern aesthetics. Wanted to keep the kitchen access discrete, they designed a wooden panel that hides the four doors when they’re closed – the entrance, kitchen, bathroom, and to the bedrooms. LED lighting was incorporated into the paneling to highlight it and make it a feature. The walls were painted white to showcase the couple’s prized art collection. The kitchen
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Apartamento Michigan by Tria Arquitetura

                                                <a href="http://design-milk.com/apartamento-michigan-tria-arquitetura/ap-michigan_tria-arquitetura-1/"><img src="http://3.design-milk.com/images/2016/04/AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-1-600x402.jpg" alt="Apartamento Michigan by Tria Arquitetura" /></a>
                                <a href="http://www.triaarquitetura.com.br/projetos/apartamento-michigan" >Apartamento Michigan</a> is an apartment that was transformed by <a href="http://www.triaarquitetura.com.br/" >Tria Arquitetura</a> into a cozy home without doing any major work to the existing structure. Located in São Paulo, Brazil, the 84 square meter (approx. 904 square feet) apartment has three bedrooms, one that&#8217;s used as a home office that opens up to the terrace.
AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-4 Through color, woodwork, and decor, the spaces was given an entirely new look and a cohesive main living area. AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-5 A wooden bar separates the kitchen from the living room while providing extra storage. AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-6 Wood covers a focal wall that houses a TV, as well as storage boxes in different sizes. AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-7 A wall of mirrors gives the illusion of more space and reflects light throughout the space. AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-8 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-9 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-10 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-11 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-12 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-13 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-14 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-15 Photos by Julia Ribeiro.
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Apartamento Michigan by Tria Arquitetura

                                                <a href="http://design-milk.com/apartamento-michigan-tria-arquitetura/ap-michigan_tria-arquitetura-1/"><img src="http://3.design-milk.com/images/2016/04/AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-1-600x402.jpg" alt="Apartamento Michigan by Tria Arquitetura" /></a>
                                <a href="http://www.triaarquitetura.com.br/projetos/apartamento-michigan" >Apartamento Michigan</a> is an apartment that was transformed by <a href="http://www.triaarquitetura.com.br/" >Tria Arquitetura</a> into a cozy home without doing any major work to the existing structure. Located in São Paulo, Brazil, the 84 square meter (approx. 904 square feet) apartment has three bedrooms, one that&#8217;s used as a home office that opens up to the terrace.
AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-4 Through color, woodwork, and decor, the spaces was given an entirely new look and a cohesive main living area. AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-5 A wooden bar separates the kitchen from the living room while providing extra storage. AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-6 Wood covers a focal wall that houses a TV, as well as storage boxes in different sizes. AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-7 A wall of mirrors gives the illusion of more space and reflects light throughout the space. AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-8 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-9 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-10 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-11 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-12 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-13 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-14 AP-MICHIGAN_TRIA-ARQUITETURA-15 Photos by Julia Ribeiro.
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