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Prototype testing

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Prototype testing

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Attorney’s office downtown Recife (UNDER CONSTRUCTION): a very personal, crafted look to a young attorney’s office in the old historic center of Recife. The design combines the raw look of pallets with dark gray lacquered cabinetry. A white dotted glass partition separates the two work areas and three layers of stretched steel cables float over the spaces, unifying them.

Location: Bairro do Recife, Recife, Brazil.

Interior design. Under construction.

Design team: Ana Luisa Rolim and Erica Costa

3d images: Fernando Vilarim

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Apartment in Boa Viagem (DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE) -  an apartment for a young professional who enjoys watching movies in a large projection screen and entertaining. The overall space is ample and the design carries straight and minimal lines. The color scheme is based on the client’s taste for darker tones. In the living and dining areas sprinkles of vibrant pepper red punctuate the space.

Location: Recife, PE, Brazil

Interior Design

Design Team: Ana Luisa Rolim e Erica Costa

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Apartment at Boa Viagem seashore (UNDER CONSTRUCTION) - the design  is punctuated by minimal, staight lines and shades of white. The main goal is to integrate and enlarge spaces that were originally separated by different ceiling heights and heavy panelling, assuring uninterrupted ocean views.

Location: Recife, PE, Brazil

Interior Design / Interior renovation of a 1950’s apartment

Design Team: Ana Luisa Rolim e Erica Costa

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Anjo Solto Restaurant: the main goal was to integrate the existing annex and corridor and add a new waiting lounge, creating a more fluid, dynamic and yet cozy space. The finishes are organic and unique. Tinted MDF panels hang from the corridor’s ceiling emphasizing the idea of movement inherent to the space. A faux-leather turquoise blue couch was specially designed for the new lounge. The design translates the vibrant, informal and very personal atmosphere of the cool Anjo Solto restaurant, a classic dining and drinking spot for over 15 years.

Local: Recife, Brazil

Nature: Interior design renovation

Design Team: Ana Luisa Rolim, Erica Costa, Isabella Trindade and Kelly Régine (intern)

Photos: Mariana Guerra

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Matos & Espíndola Residence: The design combines raw materials in contrast with polished accents, such as the bright yellow kitchen counter. The waffle concrete slab is exposed in living and dining areas, in contrast with lower plastered ceilings. The kitchen is open towards the living. Some of the wall finishes include recycled wood and tiles, exposed and white concrete. 

Location: Recife, PE, Brazil

Interior Design

Design Team: Ana Luisa Rolim, Isabella Trindade, Erica Costa, Kelly Règine (intern) and Fernando Vilarim (3D modeling)

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Yamaha ViaWest motorcycle store: The design incorporates Yamaha’s standard colors and finishing materials into a neutral and minimalist building that sits adjacent to a famous shopping mall. The main idea is to expose the motorcycles from suspended window displays helping visualizing the product.

Location: Piedade, Jaboatão dos Guararapes, Brazil

Building Design

Design team: Ana Luisa Rolim, Lilianne Dantas and Fernando Vilarim (3D modeling)

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Casa Cor Recife 2009: interior design show room - a store without a window display that invites the customers in and carries a mutable, floating ceiling that folds down and hides the storage space. 

Location: Recife, Brazil. 

Interior design. 

Design team: Ana Luisa Rolim (design), Ana Paula Costa (design), Renata Komuro (design), Liliane Dantas (intern). 

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Bogart Café: a “fold” defines the main design element - the counter wraps around the kitchen opening, framing an interactive chalkboard wall. The project uses salvaged wood, tiles and doors, and mixes new and vintage furniture.

Interior design. 

Design: Ana Luisa Rolim (design), Erica Costa (intern). 

Photos: Mariana Guerra

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Bar Savoy competition: cultural center to honor the bohemian Bar Savoy and one of its legends, the poet Carlos Pena Filho.

Location: Recife, Brazil. 

Competition. Interior design.

Design team: Ana Luisa Rolim (design), Andreza Ferreira (design), Rafael Rangel (design and 3D modeling), Carol Amorim (intern), Erica Costa (intern).

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