the architects Debora Terra and Jessica Lucasin front of the office, had the briefing combine the old with the new, bring solutions to the property and create a special space to house the collection of 3,800 vinyls, CDs, DVDs and rock cassette tapes.
During the renovation, the original floors, cabinets, frames and large windows were preserved, but new colors, furniture and solutions in the plan were the bet to leave the space with the couple’s personality.
One of the rooms had the wall demolished and was integrated into the social area to create the “Rock Room”, where the duo’s collection is exposed. A sliding door with a metallic frame and transparent glass allows to isolate or integrate the space, as needed.
In the collection room, a bookcase designed by the office houses the entire collection, and has larger and smaller niches, designed to highlight some items. Next to the bookcase, there is a cabinet with deeper niches, which allows you to include vases, works of art and more.
In the living room, the hardwood floor has been restored and looks like new. Near the windows, a decompression area with lots of plants and a hammock was created, allowing extra space for relaxation.
The dining room is located between the living room and the collection environment, and has an old table with black metallic legs, to match the industrial and retro aesthetics of the lamps installed in the apartment.
In the kitchen, the countertop and floor were also restored. Yellow and blue were the colors chosen to bring more joy to the environment. On the countertop, on one side is the stove, while on the other there is a cellar to store wines. Below the window, the shelf serves as a support.
In the intimate area, the double bed has drawers to optimize space. The suite’s bathroom had its windows restored, and blue hydraulic tiles were applied to the floor and half wall.