Marleena Schneider. Apartment. September 30th , 2017.
While there are, of course, exceptions, there’s a clear distinction between a feminine interior design and a masculine one. Masculine decors tend to be wonderfully uncomplicated and more focused on practicality and functionality. They’re also usually defined by a restraint palette of colors and materials and by simple forms and overall minimalism. That doesn’t make them boring or unappealing in any way and the best way to prove it is with an example. This apartment in Poznan, Poland is perfect for that.
A counterpoint to the dark stairs is the Pipistrello table lamp designed by Gae Aulenti for Martineli Luce in 1965. The lamp has a conical stainless steel base that telescopes for adjustable height. The fixture is also comprised of methacrylate, formed with a novel technique for the era in which it was created.
Located in a historic building that has undergone a number of upgrades and renovations, Cometa stripped the space down to its bare bones and designed a custom apartment that features unique elements like the original brick walls and large windows. In fact, the tear-down created a long open space that has been visually divided into open-plan living that includes everything the owners might need.
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