Architects Felipe Hess and Renata Pedrosa updated this 100 forty sq. meter home initially designed by Oscar Niemeyer and the result is fabulous. Named Copan Apartment and located in Sao Paolo, Brazil, the fashionable residential space was demolished to the aim of an open, fluid space, adorned with remaining columns and shafts. A core amount was constructed, dividing the private rooms from the social ones and sheltering closets on the private facet and a concrete set of particulars on the social facet. Part of the uncovered widespread space, this concrete divider holds the consumer´s prizes and memorabilia, giving the condominium a very private, inviting actually really feel. The kitchen is printed by a central block showing as a kitchen island/consuming desk, whereas the columns compose a visual connection to the rest of the room. Exposed concrete partitions and distinctive ceiling beams have been paired up with big metallic dividers offering the potential of opening or closing the private mattress room. Overlooking the city´s skyline from the thirty first flooring, this iconic home merges primary and stylish design in a singular affiliation.