Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 13:28:27 PM
The living room includes another iconic design piece: Airborne’s AA seat in a version made from leather and steel version. The durable leather seat was designed by French designer Charles Bernard in 1951 and endures as a classic piece to this day. The warm leather is a good match for the other natural materials in the room. The upcycled tables are highlighted by a pair of meticulously restored industrial workshop lamps that enhance the rugged feel of the coffee tables.
Further down the line is a work and library area. Set off from the rest of the space with a unique shelving divider, the office is light and airy. The glass desk is modern but features a base made of natural wood branches, which helps inject more of the avant-garde feeling. The same lighting fixtures are seen here, but the library section includes cloud-like lanterns scattered across the ceiling for a dreamy effect.
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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