One of the most famous sights of São Paulo, the Paulista Avenue is the privileged view of the workplace of TODOS Arquitetura, an office that develops projects that awaken sensations, experiences and memories. In 205 m², the project translates our view of the workspace as a platform of innovation based on collaborative work and learning.
The vocation of the office is present in all spaces starting with the wide open space, which allows for exchanges and dialogue between the architects who occupy two large stations of work, in the best model of collaborative work.
The office has a prevalence of neutral tones, both in the coatings and in the comfortable and ergonomic chairs of Herman Miller. The workstations were executed by Modelo Móveis (Duratex’s Preto Duna pattern), in order to organize the space by disguising computers and electronic equipment. The idea is that neutrality of the space acts as a blank canvas to be filled with the ideas and sketches of the projects.
The vinyl floor from Tarkett reinforces the office’s identity and brings a natural tone to the space. Its easy maintenance and cleaning allows the office to be totally pet friendly. The numerous windows favor the entrance of natural light throughout the day, making the atmosphere solar and warm. The luminaries from Lemca and the light gray curtains from Arthur Decor complement the light climate of the space.
Passing through the reception, visitors and guests can find lounges for quick and informal meetings. The central meeting room is the heart of the project and ensures the perfect balance between collaboration and privacy. Ideal for moments of concentration and formal meetings, the glass structure from Cinex balances the light and dark tones with elegance.
The perimeter of the staff has a multi functional white cabinet from Modelo Móveis (Duratex’s Branco Ártico pattern): it also serves to store employees’ personal items, it also houses the printer pool and is a support for exposing products and materials used in the projects.
Together, the kitchen equipped with Consul appliances, the sidewalks of the Londrina line, by Maurício Arruda, and the communal table form a generous space for coexistence. In the service area, a material library organizes materialities by typology.
The bathroom design revolves around immersive experiences with fun and complementary colors: yellow and orange. The black counter tops, the coatings from Portobello and the white crockery from Deca harmonize the vibrant tones.
Finally, the decompression space next to the meeting room is the perfect setting for moments for pausing and relaxing. The furniture has pieces of architects’ collection and the navy blue sofa from Abarca Móveis. Besides them, there are pieces of design by Maurício Arruda, such as Poltrona Quintal, and the luminaries of the Universo and Hieyo line, which complete the light climate of the space.