Pied à Terre a São Paulo by Fábio Galeazzo

Brazilian designer, Fábio Galeazzo, has completed Pied à Terre, an interior design project in São Paulo, Brazil.

Pied à Terre a São Paulo by Fábio Galeazzo:
“Located in São Paulo, this 90m² apartment was reformed and received as coating sustainable materials like certified handling wood in the floor and in some walls. The kitchen walls were removed and replaced by a intermixed tone of green olive glass tyle balcony for quick meals. In the side wall there’s a graffiti of a young artist.
The gray tone of the wood allowed the use of vibrant color like turquoise and humored decoration. The furniture and decoration items are a mix of design and vintage furniture, like the green olive leather sofá, the decó armchairs and some fashion universe references like tiedye cushions. In the dining room there’s a pendant shelf with small red spaces that serve as home for a toy art collection and other curiosities. Alongside there’s a luminous circular optical object which reinforces the young and relaxed look of the place. The dining table’s classical design goes with Constantin Greek chairs. Next to it, serving as a sideboard, there’s a dresser painted with a tailoring motif and on top of it a black acrylic cut on the form of a classic silhouette.
In the couple suite it is found the same materials choice for coatings and for the chevet was chosen a handmande purple textile that goes with the tantan quilt. Over the bed a thin recess receives a reflected acrylic cutting. Above that recess Italian lamps assists the individual reading while, on the side wall, there’s a carved wood sculpture in the form of a wing.”

Photos by: Célia Weiss

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