Toy library gave a new look to an attic

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Toy library gave a new look to an attic




Architect Amanda Miranda's project included Panton car seats


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Architect Amanda Miranda’s project included Panton car seats


How to transform a useless space into a playroom for the children? This was the request that the architect Amanda Miranda has received. She took advantage of the 45m² of a attic in a house in Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, to develop a fun environment for a couple’s six-year-old son.

For this, Amanda included yellow, dark blue, white and wood in the project’s color and texture palette. “Yellow for being a cheerful color, which encourages creativity. Dark blue, in addition to facilitating cleaning, combines well with yellow itself ”, explains the architect.



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The clients asked Amanda for a space for reading, TV and drawing, a pantry support and an area to play with Lego. They also thought of a sofa, which was replaced by a tatami bed large enough to also include grandparents, cousins ​​and friends in the games. “They loved the idea, which was soon put into practice and the space became one of the most sought after in the house,” he says.

With a completely renovated attic, even with a mini stage and a ball pool, who doesn’t want to be a child again ?!



The large tatami bed made the space attractive for adults too


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The large tatami bed made the space attractive for adults too

Check out the project’s technical file:

Floor: Portobello Shop Niterói

Bed linen: Orlean Official

Joinery: Lacca Móveis

Round rug: Santa Monica Rugs

Children’s furniture (Panton table and chairs): Oba Arquitetura

Relief with synthetic grass: Pierre Upholsterer



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