Apartamento Cass is located in São Paulo, in front of Trianon Park and has an 80 m² areas, which was enlarged through a minimalist approach and the use of two colors determined by the same owner that defined the color palette of the project.
Brazilian architect Felipe Hess designed this apartment in collaboration with Patricia Sturm according to the specific needs of its new owner, contemporary artist Rodrigo Cass.
During the development of the project, the biggest transformation was the demolition of a column that separated the office from the dining room, which allowed the creation of an integrated, simple, and functional environment.
In contrast to the vibrant yellow tone of the ceiling and floor, the walls were painted white, highlighting the angles of the structure and making a reference to the white canvas that is the starting point for the resident’s profession.
Different hues are discovered reliably featuring themselves, as in the whole darkened kitchen and in certain household items, this decreased to the vital and moderate, so as not to meddle in the impression of the room.
Mirroring the owner’s occupation, a designated zone has been made inverse the kitchen for practicing plays, basically outfitted with a couple of seats and adequately lit with characteristic light.
Another element of the condo is its fundamental passage which has been put inside a solid shape development, that is totally shrouded in brilliant yellow tiles from floor to roof.
So as to make a consistent surface of tiles, the creators chose not to utilize an entryway handle; rather, by entering a PIN on a number-cushion holed up behind one of the tiles.
As the passage 3D shape is secured with racks from an external perspective, a figment is made – as after entering, it appears as though the space is emerging from an enchantment entryway through the cabinet.
The room and washroom have components made of a similar wood that was utilized for the table in the living region, in this way making a feeling of progression and rationality over the two segments of the house.
Gallery of Apartamento Cass
Photography: Fran Parente