08 Jan 2011 - 12:52 pm

Owner of design store MiCasa in São Paulo, Houssein Jarouche gave Franco-Brazilian architecture studio Triptyque full creative control of the design of his amazing 300 square meter (3,200 sq. ft) apartment. I love the work on this apt and how the bending bookcase wraps around the walls like a giant sculpture. Go over our friend Yatzer to read more about this amazing Brazilian apartment!

The apartment structure was opened to its maximum in order to clear the plan, where a dialogue between the bookcase, the kitchen and the galleries is set.

The goal was to stimulate unexpected occupations and give a certain gratuité to the spaces. The main concept was to unify the space and divide it in smaller rooms. ?The first step was to clear the space and observe the potentials.”

“The second step was to establish a new hierarchy that privileges the continuity of spaces. The third, to search and create a language of our own?, say the Triptyques.

Architecture: Triptyque ? (Greg Bousquet, Carolina Bueno, Guillaume Sibaud e Olivier Raffaelli)
Furniture: MiCasa
Photographer: Fran Parente

More info on Tryptique & Thanks to Yazter for the Tips!

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