How large and expensive can a one-bedroom apartment be? Here is a case which will make you get lost in awe. An awesomely designed and furnished apartment it’s located in the exclusive This is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the city and the apartment is christened ‘’.
The other side of the black wall facing the street is white and flooded with light from above where a long and narrow skylight ensures that natural light will flood the adjacent living space separated by a glass wall. Inside this ample space the living continues with a dining/cooking area. There is an expansive food preparation area that should provide enough room for any size feast.
And you can easily understand it as per the wish of the owners the design he deployed is nothing close to formal. That makes the indoors accessible and brings in a feel of intimacy. It is vary live-able spacious and above all kid-friendly.
The kitchen has open shelving lit by a bright yellow Jielde lamp. Each space of this apartment found on Bolig has beautiful details that compose a very personal inviting and museum-like residential space. Which one is your favorite?
The interiors are divided between public and private spaces with the high ceiling and open space constructing an inviting platform for a lifestyle in perfect balance with the alpine landscape. An immense rock wall serves as a divider separating the East from the West and also functions as a temperature stabilizer. The use of wood gives you a warm touch visually and a beauty all on its own. The folded roof gives the building a modern look that also blends into the stately mountainous terrain.
The construction of the house got completed last year and accounts for 3270 sq ft of space. The glass windows form a connection between the outdoor and the indoor. As you can see the building is wrapped in the lush embrace of the vegetation all around and the house merges into the surroundings and at the same time stands out too.
The French doors separating the living room from the cooking/dining space were adorned by Sara’s nephews and nieces adding a vivid personal touch. Hanging over the Ellipsebord dining table an Arne Jacobsen’s black pendant light accompanies the couple’s meals.