Portfolio Architecture 2020

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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 2020

PAOLA SALVIANO


PAOLA SALVIANO ARCHITECT & CREATIVE DIRECTOR 01.13.1990

Amsterdam, The Netherlands + 31 0 64 7640147 paola.salviano.souza@gmail.com http://issuu.com/anapaola7

E D U C AT I O N

Master of Architecture Fontys Tilburg, The Netherlands (incomplete)

2016 2008 - 13 2011 - 12

Faculty of Architecture And Urbanism of The University Of São Paulo Exchange - École Nationale Supérieure D’architecture De Grenoble

SOFTWARES SKILLS

LANGUAGES PORTUGUESE

NATIVE

ILLUSTRATOR

ENGLISH

FLUENT

PHOTOSHOP

FRENCH

ADVANCE

ADOBE CREATIVE SUIT

RHINOCEROS

INDESIGN

VECTORWORKS

AUTOCAD

ITALIAN SKETCHUP

V RAY

SPANISH

INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE

GERMAN

BASIC

DUTCH

BASIC

OUTSIDE THE OFFICE Photography paolasalvianophotography.com Cooking, Sports


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

SELF - EMPLOYED Architecture, Interiors design and Consultancy April 2020 PVH - CALVIN KLEIN Amsterdam, The Netherlands Freelancer Concept Designer January 2020 - April 2020

TASKS: Product design: Shoes Risers Seating objects Retail Design

SOFTWARE: Sketchup Autocad Photoshop

LANGUAGE: English

TASKS: Retail Design Interior Design Concept development Competitions Facade Managment and FeasIbilty Suppliers Research

SOFTWARE: Adobe creative suit Vectorworks Sketchup Artlantis

LANGUAGE: English Dutch

TASKS: Competitions Sketching Diagrams Model making Drawing Presentation

SOFTWARE: Adobe creative suit Autocad Rhinoceros Grasshopper

LANGUAGE: English French German Dutch

TASKS: Facade concept and drawings Illustrations and sketches 3D and physical models Competition board Plan solutions

SOFTWARE: Vectorworks Sketchup Adobe photohsop

LANGUAGE: German

TASKS: Project leader and manager Executive drawings Visualizations and Illustrations Books, booklets and Presentations

SOFTWARE: Autocad Rhinoceros Vray Adobe creative suite Excel

LANGUAGES: English Portuguese

PVH - CALVIN KLEIN Amsterdam, The Netherlands Freelancer Project Manger Shop in Shop January 2020 - April 2020 STUDIONINEDOTS Amsterdam, The Netherlands Design Architect studioninedots.nl June 2019 - December 2019 KARRES EN BRANDS Hilversum, Netherlands Junior Architect karresenbrands.nl January 2017 - January 2019

BOGEVISCH BURO Munich . Germany Graduated Intern | Competition Team bogevisch.de March - September 2016 SPACE GROUP ARCHITECTS Sao Paulo . Brazil | Oslo . Norway Architect | Concept and creative team spolarchitects.com | spacegroup.no January 2014 - September 2015

PRESS 2015 Invisible Architects magazine - “Architectural Challenges of the first half of the XXI Century” 2020 Vogue Home Brasil Instagram


DE BIJENKORF

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERDALNS 2017-18

Office Studio Nine Assignment ​Refurbshiment and Renewing of Ladies floor Size ​500 m2 Design ​2019 Status ​Construction Client ​De Bijenkorf Team ​Vincent van der Klei, Paola Salviano, Stephanie Krietemeijer


Personal tasks: Concept Material Research Design and Visuals Pricing and feasibility Presentations Managment

VISUAL OF THE CONCEPT


A space of elements E v e r y e l e m e n t h a s i t ’s o w n c l e a r i d e n t i t y

Ceiling as a wonderscape Floor as a landscape Column as an artifect Walls as furniture Objects as a place to share


How can architecture stimulate brand loyalty in a time which you know what you want before you leave your house? By creating awareness of space in a space that stimulates to explore and wonder. A floorplan in which each element has it’s own clear identity that exhibits the curated objects displayed in the store. We propose that the floor shows as a landscape, the ceiling as a wandering space, the column as an artefact and the walls as boundaries that stand alone. The floor become a landscape which doesn’t determine a path but invite for a thoughtful walk. The ceiling brings the eyes to its surface and allows uniformity in a complex shape. The column became free from anonymous boredom and stands a proud role. The walls separate from other elements and detach as a piece of furniture. The background walls stand strong and provide a contrasting counterpoint. To achieve this effect, we researched materials, textures and colours. The combination creates a ‘non-white box’ that serves as a base for every brand as well as maintaining the Bijenkorf personality throughout the floor. The combination of all the variants will keep the clarity of each element as well as a strong consensual concept for the whole. An inviting, beautiful and pleasant retail experience that borders the edge of musea and art gallery.

A space of elements Every element has it’s own clear identity


VISUALIZATION BACK WALL


FLOOR GROUTING DETAIL CERAMIC TILES EPOXY GROUTING

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SO-600-2 project : fase / status : schaal / formaat : datum : gewijzigd :

Bijenkorf Amsterdam SO concept 1:5 / A3 19.11.2019


Kolomafwerkingen

Afwerkingen 1 K-01, Geperforeerd staal P-01, Roze spuitverf, dryfall

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COLUMN VARIETY AND CONCEPT DESIGN

project : fase / status : schaal / formaat : datum : gewijzigd :

Bijenkorf Amsterdam SO concept 1:20 / A3 04.11.2019

TREATED CONCRETE PERFORATED ALLUMINIUM 3MM ANODISED IN LIGHT GOLD

COLUMNS PLACEMENT

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WALL AS FURNITURE Where programmed wall becomes furniture and seperates from the rest


Afwerkingen Meubel 1 str. 6-10 1 m - W - 08, wand meubel Aluminium fineer, Homapal, 791N 2 m - V - 04, vloer Ceramic tile, 6mm, Cluster Grey

N.B. Paskamer wand- en plafondafwerking volgens opgave Bijenkorf

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N.B. Paskamer wand- en plafondafwerking volgens opgave Bijenkorf

Bijenkorf Amsterdam SO concept 1:70 / A3 19.11.2019

M - P - 01 (roze spuitverf, dryfall) betokontakt primer constructieve wand winkel

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negge: M - W - 10 (HPL aluminium) verlijming plaatmateriaal houten staander

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WALL FURNITURE DRAWINGS

MATERIAL BLURRED FOR CONFIDENCIAL REASONS

SO-600-6 project : fase / status : schaal / formaat : datum : gewijzigd :

Bijenkorf Amsterdam SO concept 1:20 / A3 19.11.2019

project : fase / status : schaal / formaat : datum : gewijzigd :

Bijenkorf Amsterdam SO concept 1:5 / A3 19.11.2019


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LAMINATED GLASS WITH FROSTING GRADIENT PERSONALISED OMBRE WALL PAPER

FLOORPLAN CORE

MATERIAL BLURRED FOR CONFIDENCIAL REASONS

Bijenkorf SO concep 1:70 / A3 19.11.201


MAINSTAIRS AS A VITRINE The main stairs and lifts are not only the circulation meeting point but becomes the core and heart of the plan.


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MATERIAL BLURRED FOR CONFIDENCIAL REASONS

MATERIAL BLURRED FOR CONFIDENCIAL REASONS


BACK WALLS AS CONSTRAST The back wall stands strong and is in contrast as a boundary


FERA PALACE HOTEL S A LVA D O R , B A H I A 2014

Office Space Group / SPOL Assignment Size

Palace Hotel interior refurbishment

17 floors

Design ​2013/14 Status ​Complete Client Fera Investiments Team Adam Kurdhal, Paola Salviano de Souza


Personal tasks:

Project leader

Concept and Art director

Colour studies

Material research

Historical research and local culture

Furniture design

Suppliers contact and purchasing

Construction periodical supervising


Built in the ’30s, the Hotel Palace in Salvador was the Art Deco mark of the province of Bahia which enjoyed the gold cacao plantation offered. With a casino, store, restaurant and hotel, the building had its prime times during its first 20 years. In the ’50s, due to a plague, the region suffered a big loss and went bankrupt. This had a major effect in the commercial activities and little by little the hotel was facing decadence. Some revivals failed until its complete shutdown in the 2000s. A group of investors saw it’s potential and brought the hotel back to life with a team for the refurbishment and our interior renovation project. We spent around a year bring life back to the Hotel with a scent of Art Deco and contemporary design. I was responsible for a big art direction project. I found references of local materials, the culture and the period that the hotel was built and produced a book that it’s presented to the guests and visitors. Adam Kurdhal and I worked full time in the design of each detail of the building. We personally chose the finishing, the wood, the furniture, interiors and collecting pieces for the boutique hotel as well. Was a major effort for this beautiful outcome. The hotel is always fully booked and a lively stage for parties, events and daily consumer speacilly in the swimming pool terrace with an amazing view to the bay. The project has been shown in big magazines local and international such as Vogue and it’s well evaluated in travel blogs and websites.


HISTORICAL PICTURE FROM THE FAÇADE


ENTRANCE FLOOR: RECEPTION AND RESTAURANT ADAMASTOR PICTURES


BIG BALL ROOM RESTAURATION AND RENOVATION


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Recém-inaugurado, pertinho da praça Castro Alves, o Fera Palace Hotel resgata os tempos áureos do Centro Histórico de Salvador, quando seu prédio em estilo art déco abrigava nomes como Pablo Neruda e Orson Welles

Criados especialmente para o bar da cobertura, os ladrilhos hidráulicos foram produzidos pela Vianarte e aparecem sob os cestos baianos de fibra natural que fazem as vezes de luminárias. Na pág. seguinte, a fachada restaurada do Fera Palace Hotel, que abre ao público neste mês

POR ARTUR DE ANDRADE FOTOS XICO DINIZ/DIVULGAÇÃO

destino As portas dos elevadores exibem geometrias típicas da art déco; e, à esq., mais referências ao estilo no desenho do piso de pastilhas da Jatobá – junto ao lobby-bar, com pendentes da Golden Art, fica o restaurante O Adamastor

, Centro Histórico de Salvador. Na rua Chile, a primeira do Brasil, de 1549, nascia o Palace Hotel como exemplar absoluto do art déco no país, erguido nos moldes do Flatiron Building, de Nova York, e primo próximo do Elevador Lacerda, de mesmo estilo. Destino da alta classe local, o endereço vivia seus dias de glória, assim como o hotel, porto seguro de Pablo Neruda e Orson Welles. Em franco ostracismo desde o fim dos anos 1970, ele renasce, no dia 5 deste mês, como Fera Palace Hotel – um presente que retorna às mãos dos soteropolitanos. O empreendedor mineiro Antonio Mazzafera, à frente da Fera Investimentos, um apaixonado por Salvador, é o autor da façanha, ao lado do empresário de moda Marcelo Lima. A expertise de Antonio em hotelaria internacional vem da fase como diretor do Savoy Group (que reúne os hotéis Claridge’s, The Berkeley e The Savoy, entre outros), em Londres. “O nível de exigência dos nossos hóspedes era altíssimo – Bill Gates, Madonna, Bono Vox. A atenção aos detalhes e o trabalho árduo para atender aos anseios dos clientes é o que faz um hotel ser de luxo.” No caso do Fera Palace, Antonio não carregou nas tintas: posicionou-o como um lugar despretensioso e acessível. “Eu o vejo como um espaço frequentado pelos baianos e turistas que querem se hospedar, tomar um drinque, almoçar ou socializar num ambiente descolado.” Antes de chegar a essa expectativa, dá-lhe a dor de cabeça que uma restauração desse porte sabe provocar. Sob o comando do arquiteto dinamarquês Adam Kurdahl, do Spol Architects, com escritórios em São Paulo e Oslo, os projetos para a recuperação da área total de 6.100 m² do edifício

tiveram início em 2012; as obras, em outubro de 2014. Os números surpreendem: 629 janelas e 205 adornos art déco foram cuidadosamente recuperados, além de 2.100 m² de parquets originais; e houve a duplicação das 56 sapatas da fundação do prédio, cujos 601 pilares receberam reforço manual. Tudo para instalar, na cobertura com vista para a “inigualável” Baía de Todos os Santos, a piscina de 25 m forrada de azulejos de inspiração portuguesa, acompanhada de bar e lounge. Desenvolvido com o Iphan, o revestimento da fachada reproduz o mesmo utilizado no começo do século passado. As pesquisas de Adam com elementos históricos da Bahia – linho, coco, cacau – ditam sutilmente o tom da ambientação, sem deixar de lado a hegemonia déco (o foco de tudo), observada nos desenhos geométricos do piso do lobby-bar, nas cores rosa, verde e turquesa que tingem as paredes dos 81 quartos e suítes (nos quais sobressaem fotografias de Akira Cravo), nos móveis que levam madeiras em diferentes tons, desenhados especialmente para o local. “O modernismo matou os ornamentos, hoje não podemos usá-los. Usei esse edifício como ‘excuse’ para esse exercício”, conta Adam. Do antigo cassino do hotel, convertido em área para eventos, ficou a roleta, agora solenemente reposicionada no novo restaurante O Adamastor, uma homenagem ao pai de Glauber Rocha, que mantinha negócio de artigos masculinos com esse nome na rua Chile. Como diriam os baianos (e quem ama a Bahia): “Mágico!”. ● Fera Palace Hotel – R. Chile, 20, Salvador; ferapalacehotel. com.br. Diárias a partir de R$ 360.

Baianidade fotogênica As fotografias chamam a atenção no décor do Fera Palace Hotel. Conheça nomes que retratam a alma de Salvador e têm espaço certo em galerias da cidade POR NATÁLIA MARTUCCI

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À esq. e acima, tons de rosa e verde nas suítes evocam o espírito déco – entre os móveis criados para estes espaços está a cama cuja cabeceira mescla madeiras; nas paredes, fotografias de Akira Cravo exaltam a Bahia, enquanto o criado-mudo traz luminária da Golden Art; e, no alto, à esq., a cobertura com vista para a Baía de Todos os Santos ganhou piscina revestida de azulejos da Decortiles e cadeiras de Fernando Jaeger sobre piso de cumaru – ao fundo, a torre de cobre do hotel, restaurada na obra

1 Lavagem do Bonfim, s/ data, 0,73 × 1,10 m, de Akira Cravo, na Paulo Darzé Galeria de Arte, R$ 4 mil 2 Sem título, fotografia em papel de algodão sobre pigmento mineral, 2016, 1,50 × 1 m, de Robério Braga, na Roberto Alban Galeria, R$ 10 mil 3 Festa dos Navegantes, 1948, de Pierre Verger, 28 × 7 cm, na Paulo Darzé Galeria, R$ 3.500 4 Panorama II, fotografia em gelatina de sais de prata, 2014, 1,92 × 0,52 m, de Rosa Bunchaft, na Roberto Alban Galeria, R$ 12 mil

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PUBLICATION IN VOGUE BRASIL

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The hotel is located in the centre of the city of Salvador. The city once was the capital of the country and a rich, vivid region. However, with the move to Rio de Janeiro and, lately, the big loss on the cacao business, the region of Bahia and the city of Salvador started its deep decline. Unfortunately, this decadence hit hard the old city and its buildings which were abandoned for many years. The city is a melting pot of African, Native indigenous and European cultures. I was a pleasure to see that Vogue Brasil publicised our work and our vision. The article gives recognition of our research about Bahia and it’s artisans, people, materials and beauties. All the art was curated to show the local people in photographies to decorate the rooms.


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MASTER BEDROOMS DECOR PICTURES


CORNER MASTER SUITE LAYOUT PLAN


CORNER MASTER SUITE PICTURE

DOUBLE BED BEDROOM PICTURE



NEW TERRACE PICTURE


TERRACE LAYOUT PLAN


BAR AND SWIMMING POOL PICTURES


PATCHWORLD São Paulo 2014

Office Space Group Architects / SPOL Assignment Size

Aparment refurbshiment for a family of four (one of them handicaped)

300 m2

Design ​2014 Status ​Finished Client Private Team Paola Salviano, Joao Vieira Costa, Carolina Ubach


Personal tasks: Project leader Concept and Art director Clients meetings Programme developing All drawings ( illustration and technical) Mood board and material research Furniture design Suppliers contact and purchasing Construction supervising


A young couple and their 4-year-old twin girls wanted a playful and happy apartment that could be enjoyed for parties and kids as they like to. An extremely sensible work was made since the concept phase once one of the girls is a handicapped kid and has her own necessities. Each door, a new world, each room a completely new environment, different colour, texture and materials combined with a tactile and visual experience. The first floor is compreehended by the private part of the apartment. Each room is created to be a complete cube with it’s own colour, material and/or composition including the doors. This way, when closed, they would look like a uniform environment. For this was necessary to research materials, suppliers and the best professionals available for executing this ideas. Some of them exentric and new, were the reason of several talks and group solutions for the many challenges that appereared with the daring desings. The kitchen, for example, was made with hidraulic tiles and the lamps were fabricated especifically for the project. The ceiling was an especial structure that could hold the tiles (many times heavier than normal finishing) and the doors hinges where special for the same purpose. The laundry was in a contrasting epoxi paint to resist water and heavy cleaning. The living room was another challenge for the builders and in the detailing phase. The choice was made for a local wood that could be painted in industrial scale and resistant enough for the familly daily use. Once they focous was for the family life and better comfortfor the kids, specially the little girl with especial needs, we decided to create a playing island. In the wooden floor, we opened a ellipse made of natural linoleum that had to have none height difference from the wooden floor. The lamps and furniture were chosen to compose a playful environment for the kids and their friends, as well as elegant. for the partents and guests. In the small rooms on the closed side we were able to place a small toilet, storage and office. On the other side where the tv room and gym. The space could easily work as small enviroments or a big room for the familly acoording to the need. Technical challenges were many. First the sliding doors, frames and glass divisories couldn’t have steps. The same when transitioning from a room to another. We had also to avoid rugs and potentially allergic materials. On top of that, the whole house had to be climatized. The special twin had problems to keep her body temperature, so it was mandatory that the ar condicioning system could work even with an eletricity shortage. For that to be possible, big areas of the project were dedicated for the machinery. Howerver, they had to be hidden for security reasons and for the luxery standards. The second floor is a free space surrounded by a wooden rib structure that works as the bench, sideboard and buffet inside, but also as the planter outside. Connected by a new lift, this multifunctional space has a barbeque area, a swimming pool with a sauna, an inside and out linked kitchens, climatized adega, a television and a video game rooms, a dinner room, toilets inside and outside and a backyard movie theatre. The whole program was developed with the couple and attended the needs at every level from the leisure expectations, hygiene, to the technical issues. On top of the toilet was placed the generator that could maintain the house functioning for a whole day in case of blackouts. The swimming pool can be reached by a ramp an seating level, it is warm and it’s lenght was maximized for fisioterapy treatments. At one of the extremities we placed a glass sauna that could be accecible by the water as well. The acessibility was crucial in every part of the house, so the little girl could access every place without problems. The frames were minimal and the idea of interior and exterior areas integrated was quite strong. Again thinking of the kids, the garden was planned to be harmless and to have a seasonal changeabilty. This way the children could help on the maintenaince and to participate of the maintenance. The extension of planters can also be used as benches to watch the projections and the ceiling would be covered by plants.


ACRILLYC MODEL


KITCHEN


LIVING ROOM


SECOND FLOOR


SAUNA

SWIMMING POOL

PLANTERS AND SEATS

TOILET

SIDEBOARD WINE CAVE DINNER ROOM LIFT BARBECUE KITCHEN

SOFA

DEPOSIT

BATHROOM

TV ROOM

TECHNICAL SPACE AND GIRLS LITTLE PLAY HOUSE


THE CONNECTED CITY HAMBURG, GERMANY 2017-18

Office Karres en Brands Assignment ​mixed-use masterplan Size ​360 ha / 124 ha / 1.000.000 GFA / 7000 houses, 5000 workplaces Design ​2018 Status ​Competition 1st prize Client ​Hamburg Stadt, IBA Hamburg Team ​Bart Brands, Darius Reznek, Inga Zielonka, Paola Salviano de Souza, Ken Spangberg In collaboration with ​ADEPT, Transsolar, Büro Happold, Kraft

https://www.karresenbrands.com/project/the-connected-city


Personal tasks: First phase

Brief reading and analysing

First Workshop and site visit

Concept and Mass study

Landscape visualizations Diagrams Area counting Second phase Technical sections Streets profiles

BIRD VIEW OF THE FUTURE NEIGHBOURHOOD *RENDER*


Within the proposal ‘the Connected City’, karres + brands together with ADEPT and Transsolar are developing the master plan for a 360 ha area close to Hamburg City Center. Close to both city and landscape, Oberbillwerder is the largest one-off development in Germany since Hafen City. Fully built, the masterplan will include about 1.000.000 m² in a mix of housing (7000 houses), business (5000 workplaces), shopping, public buildings and recreational activities. A location between meadows, cultivated farming landscape and suburban sprawl gives Oberbillwerder, just a 15 minutes ride from the center of Hamburg, an enormous potential as an attractive urban development area with a highly livable and vibrant city environment. The masterplan for the area shows how Oberbillwerder can grow as a city of the future, through a visionary approach to architecture, infrastructure and resources . The infrastructure in the Connected City ensures rapid connections to Hamburg’s city center but prioritizes pedestrians, cyclists and public transport, while looking into the future of mobility. The unifying green artery that encircles the plan provides access to all neighborhoods, public buildings and recreational activities. The overall development strategy embraces social, financial and environmental sustainability as well as climate adaption though a nuanced distribution of functions, typologies and resources. “With the design of ”the Connected City” the jury has selected a forward-looking concept for Oberbillwerder. We want to create a district that shows us what Hamburg should look like in the future. Oberbillwerder should stand for the pleasure of designing, with the possibility to design a lively and urban, future-oriented district as part of our strategy ”Mehr Stadt an neuen Orten” in a beautiful natural and cultural landscape.” - Dr. Dorothee Stapelfeldt, Senator for Urban Development and Housing. ”The selected design offers an excellent planning basis. The concept deals very precisely with the sensitive cultural landscape and develops a very specific contribution to this location. He has a good sense for the right scale, creates a diverse range of different living and working opportunities and makes great with the first proposals for possible architectural ideas.” - Franz-Josef Höing, Oberbaudirektor Hamburg. A mosaic of neighborhoods are formed within the masterplan, linked by pedestrian and cyclist friendly streets and blue/green arteries. The different characters are defines by climate adaption: wide canals, large green rain beds and narrow blue streams, or concave street profiles and thin linear trenches. The future inhabitants can then choose a way of living; canal living, landscape living or urban living. Each of these, the starting point of developing unique housing typologies and collective facilities.


GREEN LOOP WITH KITA AND HOUSING VISUALIZATION




Landschafts Loop Landschafts Schnitt im Stadtteil Loop und landschaft Schnitt im Stadtteil und landschaft MIX TO THE MAX

BLUE NEIGHBOURHOOD

LARGE SCALE GREEN LOOP




SPORTS’ PARK VISUALIZATION


PRIVATE INTERIORS CONSULTANCY AMSTERDAM 2020

Office Self emplyed Assignment Status ​Finished Client Private

Private clients interior consultancies


Personal tasks: Project leader Concept and Art director Clients meetings Programme developing All drawings ( illustration and technical) Mood board and material research Furniture design Suppliers contact and purchasing Construction supervising


LIVING ROOM MOOD BOARD ANA & JURREN

Styling and harmonization of pre selected pieces and wall colours

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38 x 89

5444

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(+600)

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5

8613

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2

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2

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12420

11880

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3100

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3 OV (+1750)

Trapkast

2 KK (+50)

270

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11671

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375

70

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12 KT (+50) 8 QU (+650) 2 AZ (+2150)

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70

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70

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950

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950

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70

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70

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38 x 89

38 x 89

wcd

38 x 89

4662 3847

70

268

3847

70

268

3847

70

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70

268

5732

70

1968

38 x 89

1 TPS h(S)

268

375

38 x 89

818

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2

garderobe

1

375

13 PV

meterkast

RM

Hal

1150

+Patchkast 16 aansl.

2 k

1500 1435 1815

1000

268 70 245 70 310

268 268 268

114-40-114

6000

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Living Room & Kitchen 75 m2 Lipsstraat 50

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Master bedroom quick layout and furniture

Office room quick styling


Wall colour chosen by client


LIVING ROOM MOOD BOARD DAPHINA

Interior design and styling living room