Pavilion draws eyes with lush green wall of ferns, natural environment and the freshness of spa designed by Gisele Taranto. Everything in the room was chosen to stimulate the senses, including the furniture and works of art.
The architect designed a loft in a “tropical pavilion”, located on the rooftop, with a privileged view of Lagoa da Tijuca and the Gávea. The challenge of this project was to create a space that the audience could feel like home, not in a showroom of Deca. The loft was designed in two areas, social and intimate, divided by a cabinet.
A long reflecting pool lined with a green wall, connects all areas, contributing to soften room temperature. A transparent glass separating the bathroom – spa room. The area of the privacy features and bidet through a nautical fabric curtain and a stainless steel structure. The bathroom area has two huge showers that provide the feel of a waterfall, a niche that turns a massage bed, water jets and also a bathtub. The bench has limestone design of the architect, who also created the towel rail. The ceiling was all lined with bamboo and fabric work of Celina Lerena.
The lighting design, signed by Maneco Quinderé presents releases of his own creation and Jader Almeida. Floors and walls are in cement. The color palette is neutral so that the focus is on products for launch and nice selection of art pieces made by the curator Vanda Klabin.