Apartment. Published at Sunday, June 18th 2017, 09:04:23 AM by Marlina Walter.
The master bedroom area is tucked away in the loft area, which gives it a private but airy environment. Integrated storage and wardrobe areas, as well as a desk tucked away in the corner, make a functional and uncluttered bedroom space. The same wall treatment as the floor below covers the custom furniture and storage units.
The same wood used on the first floor of the home is again used throughout the lower level for continuity. The large wall that originally separated the house and the outbuilding, which are now attached, is covered in a sculpted mdf wainscoting to help mitigate moisture issues. The installation was done with a gap between the panel and the wall to create air flow to help suppress humidity and any adverse effects. The undulating surface design of the panel adds texture and plays the light in an interesting fashion.
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.
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