Situated in a 1920’s building with generous ceiling heights and large windows, this apartment has been completely stripped-out and extensively renovated. Load bearing walls have been demolished and plumbing services relocated to make way for a more functional layout.
The general palette is clean and materials such as marble, smoked oak flooring, raw steel and large mirror surfaces provide bold, sharp contrasts and depth within the small space. Full-height doors and joinery extend the proportions of the apartment and contemporary art and furniture and provide punctuations in the otherwise neutral interior.
Photography by Lars Botten.