Located in Alto da Lapa in São Paulo, Brazil, the 360˚ Apartment is owned by an attorney who hired architecture Diego Revollo to fix the layout and to redesign the space to their liking. The biggest transformation came in the kitchen, which was outfitted in Italian porcelain tile that not only covers the floor, it continues up the walls and onto the ceiling.
The tile is part of the Frame Collection from Ceramiche Refin.
The kitchen is partially open to the main living area making the space appear larger and brighter. Shades of grey appear throughout the interior and are paired with warm woods and metals, along with various textures.
Revollo himself designed the china cabinet that hangs between the kitchen and dining room with clear glass on both sides. It acts as a display case while letting light pass through.
A balcony was added and designed as an extension of the living room without having to change the building’s facade.
The same tile from the kitchen was used on the floor of the balcony, tying the spaces together.
Large walnut door panels slide to reveal the two bedrooms.
Photos by Alain Brugier.