Apartment. Published at Sunday, June 18th 2017, 19:06:20 PM by Rillie Schneider.
Above the island, two Diesel Rock lamps from Foscarini illuminate the countertop. The black shades have an irregularly faceted surface like volcanic rock that has broken open to reveal a jewel. Similarly, the outside of the lamp is dark, and the inside is bright like a diamond. It can also be purchased in white or gold finishes. At the other end of the island, the Elica Twin stainless hood supplies ventilation for the cooktop, as well as additional light from its integrated light unit.
The interior as a whole is very bright and open, with full-height windows, sliding glass doors and a color palette based on white as the main tone combined with light wood accents and touches of yellow, green and blue. There’s a duality that makes this project quite interesting. On one hand the space is small although it doesn’t look or feel tiny. On the other hand, there’s a strong connection to the outdoors even if there’s no uninterrupted view of the surroundings.
The main wall’s top is entirely open and a staircase made from a folded length of galvanized steel dominates the end of the room. The white beams and soaring trusses draw the eye upward, visually expanding the space and magnifying the natural light. Its creates a bright and relaxing space for the family.
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