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Na Sala

Giant lamp sets the mood for the new naSala

naSala resumes the “home” atmosphere with which it was originally designed, with red velvet curtains, tufted sofas, adornments and items that make up a real living room.

The facade is like a sofa upholstered in red leather and supported on metallic feet, which marks the transition from the parking lot to a luxurious and, at the same time, welcoming environment.

On this same level, customers check in in a large hall, like guests at a reception. From there, you can go to the Sala Secreta, with its exclusive bar and comfortable sofas, where smoking is allowed, or go to the upper level by a monumental staircase with an elliptical shape that invites you to the atmosphere of the dance floor.

Upon arrival, a large red bookcase welcomes us and houses books, ornaments, art objects and a new bar. Around it, beanbags and side tables form a separate lounge from the dance floor. From there, you can see the two large windows to the horizon, the communal table, the bar, the dance floor and the cabins.

The community table, covered in lead foil, is a meeting point for everyone. Its shape composed of curves and recesses welcomes and allows for various forms of occupation.

In the center is the track, marked by a large dome supported by a pillar, both covered in mirror, forming an immense lampshade that illuminates and reflects the glow of lights and people.

Around it are the bar, upholstered in red leather, the DJ booth and the boxes – rooms composed of comfortable sofas, armchairs and poufs, side tables and coffee tables with built-in lighting, in addition to internal niches that serve of lockers. A little further on, near the exit and the restrooms, another lounge is made up of beanbags and side tables.


NaSala is like being in our living room.


Gustavo Penna, Laura Penna, norberto Bambozzi, Alyne Ferreira, Catarina Hermanny, Laura Penna, Letícia Carneiro, Natália Ponciano, Norberto Bambozzi, Priscila Dias de Araújo and Vivian Hunnicutt.


Belo Horizonte – Minas Gerais – Brazil


Technical Data
Project year: 2010

Year of completion of the work: 2011
Built Area: 925m²


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