The JB apartment was designed for a young couple which their main request was to have a space that looked like they lived in a house. So instead of just making the living room bigger by attaching the terrace area to it, Marina Salles Luz, the architect of Studio Liven, decided to use different materials to promote this sensation of a big terrace inside the apartment, and at the same time keeping all of the spaces integrated.

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Modern home with Dining Room, Chair, Medium Hardwood Floor, Pendant Lighting, and Table. Sliding door panels between the kitchen and dining room allow the spaces in JB Apartment to be easily rearranged. Photo  of The JB apartmentView Photos

Sliding door panels between the kitchen and dining room allow the spaces in JB Apartment to be easily rearranged.

Modern home with Dining Room, Table, and Chair. Furniture details.  Photo 2 of The JB apartmentView Photos

Furniture details.

Modern home with Living Room, Chair, Floor Lighting, and Medium Hardwood Floor. Brazilian designer Sergio Rodrigues’s armchair in the reading corner. Photo 3 of The JB apartmentView Photos

Brazilian designer Sergio Rodrigues’s armchair in the reading corner.

Modern home with Living Room, Sofa, and Medium Hardwood Floor. Different materials and textures to enhance the the different, but integrated, spaces Photo 4 of The JB apartmentView Photos

Different materials and textures to enhance the the different, but integrated, spaces

Modern home with Living Room, Recessed Lighting, Sofa, Chair, and Track Lighting. Terrace ambience, with Paola Lenti armchairs. Photo 5 of The JB apartmentView Photos

Terrace ambience, with Paola Lenti armchairs.

Modern home with Living Room, Track Lighting, Sofa, and Recessed Lighting. Solid wood curved bench Photo 6 of The JB apartmentView Photos

Solid wood curved bench

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