Just Wait Until You See the Sky-High Dining Room in This Brazilian Apartment
A refined home that brings new meaning to dinner with a view.
Updated Oct 11, 2018 4:51 PM
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The right lighting design is key to opening up a space. “The lighting project focused on indirect lights, complemented by applied luminaires in a few walls and ceiling,” Lucca said. There are hanging light pendants by Muuto above the dining table and wall lighting is provided by Lumini.
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A natural-toned Líder Interiores dining table is accompanied by Etna Wishbone chairs designed by Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Søn.
A living wall is the only decoration in the outdoor dining room — but it provides just enough texture and color to become a talking point.
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Other objects and home accessories were purchased from Dpot Objeto, a Brazilian furniture store, and Democrart, Brazil’s largest art gallery.
GDL Arquitetura custom-designed both the bathroom cabinet and storage.
The sideboards were also custom-created by GDL Arquitetura.
The home features a mix of vintage and contemporary furnishings, with a backdrop of custom pieces. “The idea was to create a warm and solemn atmosphere, where the furniture designed exclusively for the project could be in harmony with contemporary and vintage pieces of furniture,” Lucca said.
This story was originally published by Kate Santos on Hunker.
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