Aurora Terrace / BC Architects

Aurora Terrace / BC Architects

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  • Area area of ​​this architecture project

    Area:
    130 m²

  • Year Final year of this architectural project


    Year:

    2019

  • Photographs

    Photographs: Denilson Machado – MCA Studio

  • Manufacturer brands with products used in this architectural project

    Manufacturer: Florense, Arnaldo Danemberg, Arthur, Brumatti, Daniel Nunes, Dimlux, Dpot, Studio Manus, World gallery, Verve gallery, Lampur, Teo shop, Inner conductor, parquet

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Text description of the architects. Expressing sensations and feelings through compositions rich in references and textures and through clean architecture became the couplet of BC Architects. Bruno Carvalho and Camila Avelar, the duo who run the office in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro and have already become synonymous with good taste and artistic spirit, are taking part in CASACOR São Paulo for the second time.

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The duo presents the Terraço Aurora, an area of ​​130 m² that follows a delicate narrative inspired by the contemporary and minimalist poetics that guide the new apartment. At the entrance, an imposing portico leads visitors into the pink interior, where they encounter a subtle but extremely elegant decor. Defined as a sensory experience, the project features signed design as well as artistic interventions and an incredible direct foot of 7 meters. It was designed so that guests can breathe, sigh and reconnect through the elements present there. “Our goal is that everyone can be the aurora that inhabits this room for a few minutes,” said Bruno. In addition to a bar / kitchen that encompasses a deconstructed life, the surroundings flood the wellbeing. The natural walnut floor contrasts with the color palette, which is based on shades of pink, bringing comfort and warmth.

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The facade consists of a much more sustainable powder coating technique and is encased in wood-coated aluminum in a white decoration. It has large doors that provide plenty of natural light and cross ventilation and allow the interior and garden to be integrated. Daniel Nunes, who covers the entire area around the room, creates a feeling of contemplation and mysticism in visitors. The kitchen / bar, which can also be interpreted as a bookcase, is an original design of the office, known for its expertise in exclusive carpentry, made in a shade of metallic rose in collaboration with Florense.

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The furniture by Líder Interiores, on the other hand, has pierces signed by Suite Design, all of which were selected through a special curation. The armchairs, for example, honor one of the great names in world architecture, Lina Bo Bardi, while the modular sofa offers comfort and functionality. The Flos lights from Dimlux round off the elegant composition. In addition to the temporary orientation, the experts created a temporal parallel to antiquarian bookshops that Arnaldo Danemberg made available as furniture from the mid-19th century and which produced a prose that is rich in affective memory. The partnership between the designer Domingos Totora and the Manus studio resulted in an aerial work of art made of three stones made of recycled material, in which delicately small poetic elements were designed that emerge from the rocks and fly over the environment. Handcrafted items such as clay pots, woven straw armchairs from the Téo Lodge and By Kamy’s hand woven carpet create a more intimate and cozy atmosphere.

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Hand-dyed fabrics arranged at ceiling height, which function as kinetic art intervention, represent another collaboration between the studio and the Manus Studio: pulsating, soft and full of life. Each pillar on the terrace follows a more artistic work and has a work of art. The faces, drawings by the artist Florian Raiss, were installed in such a way that they represented the friends of the main character Aurora, who in turn were symbolized by an old painting in the background.

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