Apartment. Published at Sunday, June 18th 2017, 11:43:24 AM by Roderica Koch.
The two parallel kitchen islands make it possible to access both sides, easing food preparation as well as entertaining. A second sink is installed across from the main sink and cooktop, increasing the area that can be used for preparation and serving. In addition, the island furthest from the living area and across from the refrigerator is the one housing the cooktop.
The living room includes another iconic design piece: Airborne’s AA seat in a version made from leather and steel version. The durable leather seat was designed by French designer Charles Bernard in 1951 and endures as a classic piece to this day. The warm leather is a good match for the other natural materials in the room. The upcycled tables are highlighted by a pair of meticulously restored industrial workshop lamps that enhance the rugged feel of the coffee tables.
Back on the first floor, the former kitchen space was transformed into two bathrooms, while a new bedroom was added under the mezzanine for the second child. The bathroom also maintains an earthy feel with mosaic tile walls and an inlaid pebble floor that continues into the glass-walled shower. A wide washbasin sits atop the open vanity, which matched the open storage shelves. It’s clear that the open-plan format was very important in the homes design as it follows through into the bathroom as well.
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