Designed and projected by EstudioZAR, a design studio owned by a fusion between the offices owned by Baum and W. Kabarite and by top architects David Arias and Nelson Kabarite. This contemporary apartment is a place where modern design meets vintage design and both transform it into a marvelous and unique space. One of the used main inspirations was the French design: all the classic furniture contrasts with modern colors – that was the way to decorate Fabio Righetti’s single and contemporary apartment. Take a look and get inspired!
Fábio Riguhetti is the contemporary apartment’s owner and is seated next to a unique TV cabinet by MiCasa: from the high-end brand, came another modern furniture pieces like sofa, side tables, dining table, chairs, and pendant. Also, all the tableware pieces are by Seletti.
Inside this modern apartment, the living area became even more spacious with the creation of the kitchen and office integrated into the dining and living rooms. Featuring a vintage design and fine craftsmanship pieces, this is the most remarkable space inside this contemporary apartment.
According to top architect Nelson Kabarite: “The kitchen looks like a color block box inside the living room,” says the architect about the contemporary apartment interior design. “In contrast, the cabinet design follows the classic line with glass on the doors. The floor features black granite and the wall received a retro tile model in the same color.”
For a young and single, but well succeed businessman, the top architect Nelson Kabarite created a modern interior design. According to him: “I created the classic woodwork and applied modern colors to give a unique design and a masculine tone to the contemporary interior design. The first step was to redistribute the rooms: there were two bedrooms and two suites, and only one master suite, with larger spaces, and a guest room. I smashed the walls of a bedroom to join his living area, which gained more breadth with the two-walled mirror coating.”
About the bathroom design, the architect used current colors to give a harmonic touch to the contemporary apartment. The main goal was to integrate different environments and the result was an amazing design masterpiece!
Photos: Courtesy by Edu Castello