Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 13:22:04 PM
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.
The stairway is firmly fixed to a structure hidden within the wall. The wainscoting was whitened and sanded too yield a special “céruse” look that involves a special bleaching technique. The same finish is used on the living room’s bookcase, the wardrobes in the children’s rooms and for the furniture in the master bedroom. The wooden chairs in the room are a celebrated design by Charles and Ray Eames called LCW from their Plywood Group. Made from molded ash plywood, they are as popular today as they were in the heyday of their design in 1945.
Unlike typical attic apartments, this one lacks the slanted walls and ceiling and features instead a very open layout, with straight, large windows and a surprising connection to a terrace that surrounds it. like a yard. The low walls that surround it offer a sense of comfort and security without completely hiding the views.
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