AP 1211 / Alan Chu

© Djan Chu

Architects: Alan Chu
Location: São Paulo,
Design Team: Anita Meduna
Area: 25 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Djan Chu

© Djan Chu

The idea is to use a single element to organize the space of the small apartment with an area of 36 sqm, distributed in two floors.

© Djan Chu

The crates built with autoclaved pinewood and colorful interiors serve well for this purpose and arranged in a seemingly random way bring to the environment a youthful and unpretentious atmosphere.

© Djan Chu

The crates have several functions: in the pantry, kitchen, living room and one of them, suspended in space, camouflages the existing structure of the mezzanine and receives the metal ladder in its dark and cylindrical interior, creating the transition between floors.

The apartment is the temporary residence of a recently divorced businessman and the decor plays with the transience of the moment: a time of changes, improvisation and reorganization.

Floor Plan

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Cite: "AP 1211 / Alan Chu" 12 Jul 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 May 2015. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=398972>
  • http://noithattinhte.vn Thachday kts

    I love the stair .

  • lynda mutesi

    i love e use of small spaces

  • Simona Khara

    really cute

  • http://timescity.edu.vn Times city

    Interior is very good