Interior architecture seeks to define space through the details that make it unique. Under this premise, MAYER HASBANI designs a symphony of warm and tenuous lights, hand in hand with forceful intersections between wood and marble, between lightness and darkness; these manage to characterize Renee as a unique apartment full of moments for pleasure and enjoyment.
The main entrance leads us to a first living room that tops off the sight with a frame that gives us the perfect picture: a panoramic view of the golf course that surrounds the apartment. Further on, a sophisticated big format black porcelain on the floor and a change of level in the ceiling now covered with oak staves, change the proportions to create a more intimate space to talk, eat and watch television. At the back, an elegant black volume topped by a white light perimeter helps articulate the spaces of the entire apartment; from the access to the second bedroom, bathroom and playroom to entertain small visitors to the access of the master suite.
In front of the elegant black body, the wall adjacent to the exterior is covered with a fine satin mirror that contrasts with its lightness and ethereal appearance making it seem that the oak ceiling floats above us. In the background, the kitchen appears with a plastic aesthetic that turns it into a conversation. The intelligent use of level changes in the ceiling manages to maintain the visual of the city, even from the kitchen. The striking frame reminds us of the connection between interior and exterior space.
Finally, the main suite was converted into a fluid space without walls that manages to take advantage of the windows that provide a privileged view. In this way, Renee becomes a space of details where elegance and the contemporary converge in exquisite environments that invite hedonism through architecture and interior design.