Apartment. Published at Sunday, June 18th 2017, 18:14:28 PM by Mady Fischer.
The first thing the designers did was to break down the original layout and to open up the interior. They wanted to offer the inhabitants more freedom of movement and it was hard to achieve that with all the walls standing in the way. By eliminating the unnecessary barriers, they also managed to ensure a better connection between the different spaces in the apartment.
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 250-square-meter space has high ceilings and open, industrial style ductwork that adds edginess to the rooms and unifies the connected spaces. The floor, made of a special microcement, is used throughout the space, linking all the parts that have their own style. Much like its modular style, the furnishings are also modular, including the coffee and side tables. Designed as units on wheels, they can be moved through the apartment as necessary, increasing their functionality.
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