Maresia Apartment by TN Arquitetura
The beaches lightness and poetry of Balneário Camburiú / SC relates to the Apartment Maresia, where light shades and natural oak interlayer on the furniture and works of art, in a harmonic and elegant palette.
The access is made through a hall where the doors camouflage in the panel, leaving the highlight to the ribbed glass pivoting door, that invites to enter the living with privacy to the innermost areas of the apartment.
The choosing of the elongated furniture, is to fill the great space of the living with few elements, where there is only the essential to the summer apartment, and that meets the practicality demanded by the clients. A painting from the Curitiba’s artist André Mendes was developed exclusively for the project, adding with his unique trace and full of color.
The gourmet area projects itself comfortably to the versatile spaces with the best view of the Barra Sul: the oval shaped dinner table is very photogenic and along with the handmade straw pendants give away an artwork feeling. Even the lighting, minimalistic with LED lightboxes and mini spots was thought to cause the least impact possible in the space, leaving the attention to the objects and the furniture.
The heart of the intimate area in the TV room, where the panel hides que access to the master bedroom, contrasting with the blue wall and a composition of frames, that bring personality, that along with the pillows give a touch of color.
The master bedroom continues the concept used in all the apartment, with few materials, highlighting the subtlety and elegance in the details. The couch is unusual and contributes to a experience that goes beyond sleeping. The other bedrooms have unique identities, but always with the same color palette, which guarantees the project’s unity.
As a single line, the Apartment Maresia ins continuous in its coastline language, exploring a light palette and natural materials, where the attention is directed to the landscape and works of art, very present and that make this an extraordinary project.
Photography courtesy of TN Arquitetura