Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 12:50:51 PM
The two parallel kitchen islands make it possible to access both sides, easing food preparation as well as entertaining. A second sink is installed across from the main sink and cooktop, increasing the area that can be used for preparation and serving. In addition, the island furthest from the living area and across from the refrigerator is the one housing the cooktop.
Playing on the architecture of the space, the irregular cabinetry has quirky angles and uneven steps in the front, which keep the space original and fresh. The clash of angles fits the design, whereas traditional shelving would be clean and minimal, but rather boring. The large open window provides plenty of light for perusing books and highlights the natural brick ceiling.
The apartment is a loft with a total living area of 80 square metes. Its interior was redesigned in 2016 by Metaforma. It was transformed into a stylish bachelor pad with a decor that’s simple and full of character. The walls at the entrance was taken down and this way the apartment become more open and the usable space was maximized.
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