*쌍파울로 원룸 아파트 [ TRIA Arquitetura ] compact São Paulo apartment

작은 공간일 수록 선택과 집중을 해야 한다. 그리고 보다 효율적으로 공간을 활용할 수 있도록 유연하게 구성되야 한다. 

쌍파울로에 위치한 원룸형 아파트는 콘크리트 파티션으로 분리된 침실을 제외하고 거실, 주방을 하나의 공간으로 사용할 수 있도록 설계했다.

Brazilian architecture studio TRIA Arquitetura has overhauled a 27-square-metre apartment in São Paulo, with the aim of making the space more adaptable to its tenants.

The project was carried out for a client who wanted maximum flexibility built into the scheme, so that the tiny apartment could be moved around to suit the needs of its tenants.


In order to create a space that felt like a home, rather than a hotel room, TRIA Arquitetura founder Sarah Bonanno said she and her team wanted to create distinct spaces for each particular living function.

The flat was also extended to incorporate an additional seven square-metres, while a perforated concrete brick wall was built to create a sleeping niche for the bed.


"Studios usually have minimal privacy – sometimes you walk in through the main door and see the bed, as if you're in a hotel room – and we wanted to change that and create defined environments," Bonanno told Dezeen.

The bathroom, which is located behind the bed area, was previously only separated with a glass partition.

The duo added a shutter as a simple and inexpensive intervention to provide greater privacy without blocking the light.

To maximise the feeling of space, an inbuilt Formica wood structure was designed to serve multiple functions and connect the different areas.


from dezeen

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