+55 Design | Studio Arthur Casas

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Project :+55 Design

Author : Arthur Casas

Collaborators : Regiane Khristian, Nara Telles, Rafael Palombo, Alessandra Mattar, Luisa Mader, Fernanda Costa, Paulina Tabet.

Contractor : SAENG Engenharia

Consultants : Lapa Garden (landscaping),Fernanda Villas- Boas (manager), Pratikline (built-ins), JRG (woodwork), Maneco Quinderé (lighting), Gavazzi Engenharia (installations), Grifa Engenharia(structure), Uniflex (curtains), Inovar (framing), Graber (security)

Suppliers : Interlight, Tensoflex, Protécnica, RB Pisos, Terraway, Lechler, Ergi Tintas, Manufatti Revestimentos, Montele Elevadores

Dates : 2019 - 2020

Plot area :480m²

Built area :720m²

Location : São Paulo, Brasil

Photos : Fran Parente

BrazilSao Paulo

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The brazility, so determining for the identity of the brand +55design, also defined the architecture of the store, designed by Arthur Casas and his team. To solidify this intention, cobogós in the façade, monochromatic earthly and green tones, as well as lush greenery composed by native Brazilian species highlight its tropicality and make the store an exhibition space. Therefore, with a neutral and minimalistic scenario, the objects and products gain protagonism. “The project was thought searching for solutions to evidence the furniture, not the architecture”, explains Arthur.

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To achieve such results, lighting is a great ally – the amorphous opening between ground floor and mezzanine and the glass roofing allow for abundant natural lighting, which brightens spaces and highlights the furniture’s materiality. The last floor of the store is completely open with no covering, only a retractable awning to further lighten the environments. The artificial lighting system was thought to simulate natural light in the interior of the store, with moving light spots – both focal and diffuse - creating contrasts between light and shadow and a cozy feeling.

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The space’s flexible layout also allows for better object accommodation. The creation of orthogonal dividers, made of metal and suede, makes the scenery adequate for showcasing products in easily changeable compositions. “Overall, I like how the course happens, offering a surprising experience”, punctuates Arthur.

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With the monochrome materiality in the walls, ceiling and flooring, the desired neutral character of the project is reinforced. The only color that deviates from the earthly color palette is the green on the façade, due to its part in the identity of the brand, creating a dialogue with the remarkable landscaping.

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Finally, the store brings biophilic characteristics, with natural vegetation from the Mata Atlântica invading the environments – the landscape design is signed by Leandro Reis, from Lapa Garden – besides a lot of natural ventilation and transparency. This is achieved by the great permeable volume that englobes the store – composed by the Ípsilon cobogós, developed by Arthur Casas in pigmented concrete especially for this project.

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The architect also signs the exclusive furniture collections for the brand. Amongst the products is a line of furniture for external areas, Golf, made of wood, aluminium and plastic net; Max and Jet Set dining chairs; Jet Set and Soft armchairs; Tauari dining table with Brazilian marble and wooden base; Côncava sideboard and shelf, with wood and steel; Pan Am leather couch.

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