210 m² apartment incorporates elements of Arab culture in the decor

210 m² apartment incorporates elements of Arab culture in the decor




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To leave this apartment 210 m² with the face of a couple and their two young children, the office Cassim Calazans made some structural changes and planned a new decor. With this, the property can fit in perfectly with the family’s Muslim Arab culture.



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The development of a larger and more functional kitchen; a large and integrated room; and a corner to smoke hookah were the main demands of residents who love to have a full house.



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However, one of the biggest changes was the removal of the elevator hall walls and the construction of a metalwork and glass box, which also covers the entrance door.

Second is the creation of a dressing table in the double bedroom, which was only possible with the reduction of the bathroom and the removal of the bathtub.



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The new layout also has a home office, positioned where the utility room used to be, and a home theater, another desire of the residents, which was integrated with the living room to create a spacious environment for receiving guests.



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“But I think the main challenge was to bring a bit of their culture to such a modern property. Right away we thought about introducing the mosharabi right at the entrance of the apartment, which is an architectural element characteristic of Arab culture”, explains the office.



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This piece is one of the highlights of the project. Produced in freijó wood, it divides the entrance of the house and the living room, dining room and home theater, which are all integrated.

A sideboard and a cupboard, hidden behind a wooden door with an armhole mimicked in the same area as the living wall, support and meet the needs of the dining room.



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Also in the social part of the apartment, an island sofa separates the living room from the home theater – which displays a panel of natural stone nero marquina, the same material present in the coffee tables and the sideboard top. At the bottom of the TV, a fluid fireplace provides moments of more comfort and warmth on cold days.



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To embrace the habit of smoking hookah, the apartment has a smoking corner in a more reserved area of ​​the living room – where the smoke does not interfere with other activities in the other rooms. What stands out here is the hanging chair, which creates a bold setting when combined with the living wall.



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In the kitchen, a well-equipped island has stools and space for quick everyday meals. This furniture and countertops are in fendi quartz and match the wall covering that imitates a wooden slat.



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In the intimate area, natural wood bats were inserted to help with thermal comfort. At the couple room, neutral tones, lots of washed freijó wood and natural straw complete the decor. For a point of color, a piece of furniture in front of the bed was made in soft green lacquer.



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The linear joinery has lighting that highlights some items in the room and the headboard was designed exclusively, by the office itself, and mixes natural straw and wood. Finally, a super comfortable armchair in natural caramel leather makes a great reading corner.



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Decorated walls make the rooms of the little ones more cheerful and combine perfectly with the multifunctional woodworking. Two beds offer space for the little friends and benches can be used as places to study and, in the case of the daughter, also as a dressing table.

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