The Paulista apartment is a project which tries to portray the spirit of the city through a contemporary architecture designed by the Triptyque studio in 2011 and located in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The different periods of the Paulista inspired the project and thus the designers wanted to integrate elements that define the city into each part of the space with materials like concrete furniture, exotic woods and tiles.
The geometrical approach follows the guidelines of Brazilian Concretism and its main element is a liberated space which is a tribute to the engineers present during the 1970s. There are fixed elements like the sinuous library, the capsule window or the panoramic sound home office that set the atmosphere inside.
The overall aesthetic is minimalist to make the interior seem larger with a focus on its urban surroundings that are visible through each side due to the large windows and you can also enjoy an overview from the rooftop terrace while going for a swim.