The Real Parque Loft was designed by the practice of Diego Revollo Arquitetura and it is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil in a southern area of the city which is reserved for residential buildings only.
The project spreads over a surface of 105 square meters and it required a more open layout since the original loft was built during the 1990s and it has too many divisions and enclosed spaces which needed to be removed. The owner is a young entrepreneur which recently got married so he wanted to make a significant change that would bring the space into contemporary aesthetics.
The interior has gray tones with burnt cement as the predominant material to create a raw industrial look that is visible on the floors, walls and ceiling. This choice would maintain a balanced atmosphere without making the interior seem to cold and the bathrooms have Oasis Blue limestone slabs to continue the style of the rest of the apartment.
There is a home office space which brings a more natural ambiance due to the natural wood that has a chestnut brown tone and there is also Cumaru wood at the entrance, dining bench and balcony seat as well as Brazilian hardwood.