Apartment Styled with Affordable Design and Italian Furniture
A white paper can be something desperate if you do not have many ideas to fill it. This is the case of Sao Paulo architect Julliana Camargo: she started design of her apartment of 200 m², in almost raw, almost empty with bare walls. During the course at the FAU-Mack, she took a break to live in Italy and fell in love with Italian design. “I like the furniture because each piece tells a story,” he says. Juliana decided to invest in Moroso`s artistic furniture. The project is full of peculiarities, such as the creation of a metal frame in the mezzanine, suspended by steel cables, the wooden staircase and sliding doors that hide or show the access to the rooms. After three years of numerous changes and adaptations, the decor, which started from scratch, has an identity.