Part of the city
Luxurious living spaces are created not only by generous dimensions, but also by flowing transitions between inside and outside. A good example is the apartment in Buenos Aires designed by Pamela Martos, which offers a magnificent view of the urban fabric of the Argentine metropolis: Urban space and living space merge seamlessly as the interior designer conceived the rooms as an open landscape of 200 square meters. Furniture by Paola Lenti was also used, bringing the living room outdoors on a spacious terrace.
The apartment is located in Puerto Madero, a lively neighborhood in Buenos Aires that has undergone an urbanization process since the 1990s and is situated on the banks of the Río de la Plata. Lively avenues, parks and squares with old monuments characterize the appearance of the neighborhood. In addition, there is the Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur, a nature reserve that serves as a recreational area with its hiking trails. On the opposite side of the Río de la Plata are parks and quiet streets that contrast with high-rise buildings and thus exemplify the lively urban structure. Another defining element of Puerto Madero is an old port complex from the 19th century, which has been converted into apartments and clubs in the course of several conversion projects.
The apartment offers a magnificent view of the pier and quays of the old port. At the same time, the modern skyscrapers of the center of Buenos Aires frame the terrace, which is played with the sofas "Cove", the armchairs "Otto" with matching poufs in blue and turquoise tones and the "Zoe" circular rug. Here, the Rope yarn developed by Paola Lenti ensures high resistance of the furniture. Inside, the modular sofa "Move" with its elegant gray tones forms a center of the living landscape. The interior designer placed "Move" in such a way that it provides an optimal view for those sitting through the large glass facades. The "Smile" armchair in bright red offers a contrast to the sofa and picks up on the colorfulness of the artwork on the walls. The "Strap" side tables in dark colors blend unobtrusively into the ambience, while the upholstered plaid "Plump" provides further shades of color. The modern and clear design language of the furniture thereby enters into a connection with the urban context, adds cheerful splashes of color to the urban landscape and thus connects the interior with the exterior.