新作 | Giuliano Marchiorato设计，西班牙简约情住宅
西班牙 Giuliano Marchiorato
Giuliano Marchiorato是一名建筑师和城市主义者，毕业于Positivo大学。获得了在牛津大学（英国）的桑坦德银行（TOP UK）的暑期班学习的奖学金。
Giuliano Marchiorato is an architect and urbanist who graduated from Positivo university. Won the scholarship to study in the summer school of santander (TOP UK) of Oxford University (UK).
Won a scholarship to study interior design, landscape design and urban planning in fanshaw college, Canada
This apartment has everything you need in the center of the city: plenty of sunshine, incredible green views on one side of bariji park (the largest park in curitiba) as well as charming views of one of the main streets in another city. The completely empty duplex, located on the 24th floor, is just waiting for new residents.
The client, two young newlyweds, returned from their honeymoon upon delivery, and their dream was about to come true.
They longed for a modern apartment that perfectly accommodated all the daily activities of contemporary urban life while still being artistic and designed.
He is a multi-entrepreneur with a focus on urban innovation projects and a designer of leather parts. He is also one of the leading tanneries in Brazil.
The approach was to create a layout to simplify and orchestrate the use, and to use a small palette of materials for the design: frehoa wood, ash and raw leather.
From these define the applications finishes, secondary elements, and the derivations that determine the design rhythm. Thus, superfluous things can be avoided and a delicate harmony can be formed between the outer frame and the inner space.
If you want to occupy a space, let it cross the line. Create, not just repeat. A clear path is needed
This is the first step to getting rid of inertia, and the first step is to pollute our eyes by not looking.
This can silence us, not question us. It deprives us of the opportunity to explore other ways of knowing what we really want, what we really lik
We must stop the obvious and delete it from the first sketch. Dont let it breed in an environment like termites, which will do different things, leaving the box with only a few square meters and a low ceiling.
We must break through these barriers and explore the infinite possibilities. And obviously, there are no boundaries. Nothing as long as I have the power of a pencil in my hand and my head spins the world, it wont exist: this infinite creative space.
Modern and comfortable
The minimalist space