Apartment. Published at Sunday, June 18th 2017, 15:52:00 PM by Rillie Schneider.
The bed is set into the floor so that the visual line is not elevated too far, which helps maintain the minimalist look while providing the comfort of a traditional bed. Being closer to the floor also eliminates the need for nightstands, which could clutter up the space.
The staircase which was originally curved was modified by the designers and given a more linear structure. It’s now partially placed along the glass facade and the stairs are wider. This new form also allowed the living room to be better organized, creating more space for the dining table and chairs. At the same time, it opened up the room visually, putting an emphasis on the windows, the views and the light that enters the apartment.
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.
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