The Água Verde Apartment Project by Leandro Garcia is nothing shy of a breathtaking piece of art. This design has compacted gorgeous style, design, and chic furniture into an apartment space. It shimmers with a heart of modern design, and contemporary color schemes.
Welcome to our gallery featuring The Água Verde Apartment Project by Leandro Garcia.
This home is nothing short of a breathtaking piece of art. The elegant design has folded gorgeous style, design, and chic furniture into a compact apartment space.
The home shimmers with a heart of modern design, and contemporary color schemes. The interior flaunts soft eggshell white on the walls, and a rich chocolate brown wooden floor.
In this space, the colors swirl to create a magnificent contrast. Between a bright purple box on the white shelves in the living area, to the rich oranges and blues in the pillows on the couch– this home has subtle, yet beautiful, contrast throughout.
The window filters warm sunshine into the main space through a sheer curtain, while the center communal area is illuminated by natural light.
The designer, Leandro Garcia, creates both commercial and residential masterpieces. He is a skilled artist whose work can be seen throughout Brazil.
Garcia believes in the independence of the residents in his design. He seeks to put creativity and simplicity in a room together, and create stunning pieces.
Leandro has won many awards. Though he lives in Brazil, many of his awards hail from all over the world. The Good Design Award 2010 from Japan, and the Spark! Award of 2008 in San Francisco are just two of many.
The Água Verde Apartment, meaning The Green Water Apartment, is a beautiful one-bedroom apartment. This one-floor house has everything it needs to create a chic style, all in 323 square feet.
We hope you love this incredible apartment as much as we do.
Here, we have a photo of the main part of the house. The living area has a beautiful sheer white curtain that lining the wall and floor-to-ceiling shelving. The hues in the carpet complement the colors of the pillows on the couch for a unified scheme.
Chairs can be pulled around the table in the living room when it’s time for dining. The dining area and living area combine smoothly to save space, and also add more seating to the communal area.
Here, we can see the deep natural wood used in the table and chairs. Cane adds a bit of texture and traditional seating.
We can see the other side of the communal area, where the kitchen sits. Natural wooden cabinets and drawers create seamless storage above and below the counter space. The area is centralized and symmetrical with the rest of the home.
Here we can see one of the upper cabinets in the kitchen. A burst of bright canary yellow is hidden inside of the cabinet for a surprise splash of color.
The minimalistic bedroom is laced in cloud-white colors. The parquet dark hardwood flooring contrasts well with the white linens and walls.
The bathroom is absolutely elegant. Dressed in all white tiles that move from the floor and all the way up to the ceiling, this space is flawless. The addition of a wild flower creates that classic bright addition of color to a white room.
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