Space and art are the keywords for this apartment in San Paolo designed by Felipe Hess.
The owners are a mature couple that needed an open space where welcome friends and show their collection of art without losing the warmth of a house.
Following these guidelines, the architect Felipe Hess designed an apartment without any kind of bareer, just an open bright space to entertain friends and enjoy the art pieces.
The interior decoration is clearly inspired to the mid-century modern era with several icons as the Charles & Ray Eames lounge, the Florence Knoll dining table or the Jorge Zalszupin pair of armchairs in the library and so on.
At the second floor, the once upon a time two bedrooms became one master bedroom were the Sergio Rodrigues Mole armchairs dominate the space.
Both the nightstands and the dressing table were designed by Felipe Hess.
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