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The bathroom features an unusual orange palette and lots of artwork

The bathroom features an unusual orange palette and lots of artwork

The bathroom features an unusual orange palette and lots of artwork

Architect Fernanda Gonçalves debuts at CASACOR Paraná with an art-filled environment and a vibrant color palette.

Titled “BWC Sensory Capsule”, the architect’s 11m² space Fernanda Gonçalvesat CASACOR Paraná, is unique and creative, composed of three bathroom cabins and an entrance.




“The proposal is to take the visitor on a journey through textures and colours, starting from soft shades of green which contrasts with a guava tone and arrive in an environment monochrome which has the works of art as pieces of color”, explains Fernanda.



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The concept came from a sensory experience that moves through different colors and textures, combining functional elements with an artistic approach. The atrium, with vibrant tones and indirect lighting, evokes energy and vitality, while the cabins offer a contrasting and sophisticated experience.



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In the first cabin, shades of green that recall nature convey a feeling of welcome and integrate with the environment and the chosen tubs.



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In the second cabin, the space is dramatic and dark, but it is connected to the corridor curved details on the lining. The artwork provides a vibrant contrast to the walls, creating a significant visual impact.



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“Since it was my first CASACOR, I wanted to explore solutions that I had not yet had the opportunity to use, such as the curved ceiling. I also wanted to experiment with the combination of different colors and textures, such as the greenish marble with the guava wall and ceiling, as well as redeeming the dormant love for works of art,” reveals the architect.



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The search for local artists was a fundamental part of the creative process. The curation includes works by Bianca Santt and Jorge Elmor.



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“I wanted to save the joy and color in people’s lives through my space, after so many tragedies. We need to see the world with hope again,” Fernanda concludes.

Source: Terra

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