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A 36sqm Art Deco-themed Unit Breathes Sophistication and Nostalgia

A sea of gray with pops of color and geometric patterns do the trick

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Photography: Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions Architect: Angelo Siochi Interior Designer: Erika Uichanco

“Art deco is an era of glamour, rich texture, and geometric architectural patterns. It is all about patterns, and [with this in mind,] we were able to choose the right pieces of furniture and decor to achieve a nostalgic art deco feel for the space's intended users: a couple fond of arts and travel,” architect Angelo Siochi speaks of the idea behind the design of the bedroom in this 36sqm unit at The Sapphire Bloc.

Angelo teams up with interior designer Erika Uichanco, who says the main lobby of the building was the inspiration behind her luxurious and elegant design of the living and dining areas. The result is a glorious combination of youthfulness and nostalgia in a comfortable yet functional setting.

Watch ideas turn into inspired concepts here.

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