The owner of this two-bedroom apartment is a collector of antique pieces and the challenge he set Spacemakers was well defined: to combine the pieces in his collection into a comfortable space for the whole family. Without wishing to commit to any particular style, the journey through the various rooms gives us different atmospheres. The concept for the project was precisely to take on the eclecticism of the project and vary the choices.
The family's living area, with a lounge and dining area, is based on neutral tones and textures. The sofa with a chaise longue was custom-made by Spacemakers. A Chesterfield sofa in dark brown suede leather was reused to separate the two areas. In the center is a Nogushi table by Isamu Noguchi, a modernist piece from the 1950s.
Gray, black and gold were the colors chosen for the suite. A baroque-style mirror at the head of the bed stands out and is one of the owners' favorite pieces. On the bedside tables, two lamps with Estremoz marble bases.
With wallpaper in a gray tweed pattern, the office is an openly masculine space. The decor features a few accents, such as Le Corbusier's original leather chaise longue and the wall clock, which are part of the couple's estate.
For the twin boys' bedroom, two overlapping, mismatched beds were designed and made to measure, with a bookcase for storing books and toys. The world map theme in contrast to the red stripes on the bedspreads leaves plenty of room for imagination and exploration.
Photography Ana Garrido