10 outstanding enthralling environments at Casa Cor Paraná 2016

 

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Casa Cor is the largest decoration event in Latin America and takes place annually in different Brazilian capitals and international countries. In the 2016 edition, in Curitiba, Casa Cor presented the theme “celebration” in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the exhibition in national territory.

The event took place from the 2nd of June to the 31st of July and was attended by approximately 60 professionals from the area, bringing great taste and inspiring ideas to homes.

The total area of ​​the exhibition was 6 thousand square meters divided into 50 environments guided by comfort and functionality.

Thus, those looking for references in interior architecture found in Casa Cor Paraná a proper environment to dream and fall in love.

We visited the show and separated in this article ten highlights for you from other states to stay on top of what happened here, see wonderful photos and use luxurious ideas for the decoration of your home.

1. Living room with terrace, by Viviane Loyola

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

A space for relaxation! This is how the environment created by the architect Viviane Loyola is defined. “The main objective of the project is to serve a family setting that likes to share good times and receive friends, following a contemporary, timeless and without excesses proposal”, says the professional.

The space that includes a living room and a balcony has an area of ​​150 m² full of luxury and sophistication, in addition to the use of artifices that refer to what is most natural in the decor, such as wood. The architect also used blends of linen, suede and crochet to bring more textures to the environment.

In the living room, we find a big screen and a cozy sofa, ideal for family moments, being the heart of the house. The colors used in the project range from the nuances of fendi to white and the predominance of light colors for the furniture. On the balcony, the professional explains that “having a spa at home is synonymous with ensuring tranquility. Therefore, the idea of ​​setting up a corner with a relaxing and light air”.

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

Photo: Reproduction / Vivane Loyola, by Marcelo Stammer

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVANE LOYOLA

2. Room with wine cellar, by Maria Alice Crippa and Gustavo Assis

Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CRIPPA & ASSIS

Architects Maria Alice Crippa and Gustavo Assis were inspired by a young couple who love to travel and see the world in search of good wines to design the environment for Casa Cor Paraná. The architects’ idea was to bring refinement to the space, escaping from the traditional rustic patterns of the environment.

“The proposal was based on the simplicity of the line and straight lines as a trademark of this work, seeking to emphasize a peculiar language of purity of lines, in order to create an attractive and comfortable space. Materials such as Persa Fendi marble, Louro Freijó wood, Nude and Ruggine by Berneck, the leather and comfort of the Natuzzi armchairs and the natural moss vegetation create a mix of sensations ranging from elegance to warmth”, explain architects Maria Alice Crippa and Gustavo Assis.

About the natural coating, it is an Italian called Moss Wall, a natural green wall, to be used indoors. The architects explain that these coverings “are boards covered with a type of natural lichen (moss) of Scandinavian origin, which undergoes a stabilization process and maintains all its natural characteristics of freshness and smoothness. This moss does not require any maintenance as it does not grow, so it is not necessary to prune or water. It maintains itself with the humidity of the air, which needs to be only 40%”.

Moss Wall absorbs moisture, is fire certified and is inhospitable to insects and bacteria. The material does not mold yet, it works as an acoustic insulator, as it absorbs 50% of the sound and is very easy to install.

Another charming highlight in the environment is a world map, drawn by Illustrator Jhully Basso, which is on the wall and could serve as notes for the couple to record the places around the world they traveled and the main grapes of each country visited.

Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CRIPPA & ASSIS

Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

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Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

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Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

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Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

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Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CRIPPA & ASSIS

Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

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Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CRIPPA & ASSIS

Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CRIPPA & ASSIS

Photo: Reproduction / Crippa & Assis

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CRIPPA & ASSIS

3. Bathroom, by Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

Melissa Dallegrave’s proposal was to create a space that invites relaxation, so the architect thought of the Nature theme. Thus, came the idea of ​​placing elements that refer to the subject in the space.

“The first choice was the Free Standing bathtub from Dona, due to the beauty and ease of placing it in the space, as it does not need masonry, just a water and sewage point. Based on this concept of remembering Nature, I selected a greenish gray tone that reminded the forest, for the walls, the floor is an Ordinary porcelain that resembles the Armani Marble, ornaments in earthy tones, wooden benches and river pebbles surrounding the bathtub”.

The chosen blind conceals the image and lets the light pass through. The space also contains a china cabinet to show that a different piece of furniture can bring charm to the space. Definitely, the bathroom was one of the highlights of Casa Cor Paraná 2016. Luxury, elegance and relaxation in a single space.

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

4. Corridor, by Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

According to Melissa, “the corridor’s proposal was to show that this space can also be useful and beautiful”. The space, 20 meters in length, was divided into vertical uprights “delimiting areas with shelves that house books, vases, photo boxes, objects of affection and works of art, interspersed with chairs under lamps that allow the comfort of handling the books”, as the architect explains.

The rugs bring more charm to the environment, accentuating the spaces with shelves. The mirrors are in charge of giving space, while the wood panels that cover all the walls bring warmth.

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

Photo: Reproduction / Melissa Dallegrave Afonso

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MELISSA DALLEGRAVE AFONSO

5. Dining room, by Samara Barbosa

Photo: Reproduction / Samara Barbosa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SAMARA BARBOSA

The dining room designed by the architect pays homage to the city of Florence, Italy. “Florence, in addition to having a special meaning for me, is a very elegant city. I wanted to bring this elegance to my environment and convey the idea of ​​celebration”, says Samara, explaining why she used a beautiful dresswall panel from the city on the living room wall.

The composition of the environment is made with brown leather and off-white wood. Another highlight in the decoration is “the lighting of the luxurious black baccarat-style chandelier, combined with the furniture by Ton Sur Ton and the Niwala Yellow natural stone fireplace”, as explained by Samara Barbosa.

Photo: Reproduction / Samara Barbosa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SAMARA BARBOSA

Photo: Reproduction / Samara Barbosa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SAMARA BARBOSA

Photo: Reproduction / Samara Barbosa

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SAMARA BARBOSA

6. Loft, by Michele Krauspenhar

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Architect Michele Krauspenhar presented a loft based on sophisticated functionality to highlight the trend of living in small spaces. The environment, defined as a “doctor’s loft”, has 65 m² divided into five rooms with practical solutions for everyday life, with: living room with TV, pantry, bedroom, home office and a bathroom.

The architect perfectly combined functionality, sophistication and great taste, mixing the gray color (predominant in the environment) in different shades, but with some black and white brushstrokes, characterizing a more masculine environment.

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

Photo: Reproduction / Michele Krauspenhar

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MICHELE KRAUSPENHAR

7. Home office of a modern woman, by Larissa Gomes

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

The professional brought naturalness to the work environment of a modern woman. According to the interior designer, “the inspiration for the environment comes from the hectic routine of contemporary women who are divided between work and family. The project’s concept is characterized by the search for the optimization of this modern and dynamic daily life, an idea printed in the style of the décor in straight and sophisticated lines”.

With a lot of lightness provided by noble and natural materials, the space has white marble cladding, natural imported wood veneer (Walnut from the north of the USA and from the south of Canada).

Larissa Gomes explains about her choices: “I made a point of working with timeless and millenary elements. The fad goes by very quickly and, often, the client makes a high investment so that their space runs the risk of becoming trendy. This environment could last a thousand years, as it would remain always current”.

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

Photo: Reproduction / Larissa Gomes

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA GOMES

8. The couple’s bedroom and closet, by Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

Casal's Bedroom and Closet_Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske_Marcelo Stammer (1)

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

“The inspiration to create a modern and welcoming room came from the desire to design an environment that looks like home, and make those who come in no longer want to leave”, explain the architects – and, indeed, this is the feeling when you enter space. The walls are covered with woodwork and mirrors, an item that makes the room even more cozy.

A hollow panel separates the bedroom and closet space, a feature used to not reduce the spaciousness of the room. In front of the bed, there is still a living space, with chaises and a marble fireplace. “We believe that a very strong trend is the coating of all walls with panels and also the use of wood in the ceiling”, conclude professionals Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske.

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Stockler and Carolina Posanske

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA STOCKLER AND CAROLINA POSANSKE

9. Intimate home of the couple, by Mariana Paula Souza

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

The 64 m² of space for the home was inspired by a middle-aged couple who love to watch movies, read books and collect art. Using different textures and elements, the architect brings warmth and functionality, facilitating social interaction in the environment.

“The central vacuum is a great investment, as it makes the couple’s daily life much easier. Another facility that can be added to the home is the wine cellar and the minibar, which provide practicality and convenience”, explains the architect about the advantages of the technology. The space wall is covered with leather and the fireplace with velvet and Chevron rug provides a multi-sensory touch to the environment.

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Paula Souza

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANA PAULA SOUZA

10. Lunch and social room, by Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

The space for the planning of the lunch and social room has 56 m², has a symmetry in the arrangement of the furniture and a “fabric covering of the television panel and the door, in addition to the beams wrapped in wallpaper that descend from the ceiling to one of the surfaces, bringing out an air of sophistication and warmth” explain the professionals.

The armchairs, with a special design, are an invitation to rest and relaxation and to admire the works of art in the environment. The professionals used LED lighting and vinyl flooring to reinforce the environmental importance provided by the two materials.

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

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Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

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Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

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Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

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Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

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Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Photo: Reproduction / Carla Gil Heller and Fernanda Gil Heller

PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA GIL HELLER AND FERNANDA GIL HELLER

Luxury and sophistication in one event! Casa Cor Paraná 2016 really made a celebration, a party for all of us who had the opportunity to honor the talent of the professionals, seeing so many inspirations of extreme good taste and quality. Color palettes, texture mix, use of technologies and new materials were introduced so that many people can adapt the interior design to their home.

 

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