Gudrun Mauer, December 20th , 2017.
Originally, the building was built in the 1930s as a shoe factory. But today, it was transformed into a very nice apartment. The clients were drawn to the expansive windows of the structure, though the old arrangement of rooms meant that these were always partially hidden from view. The project brief was to transform the warehouse space, while taking close consideration of the scale, grain and detailing of the existing architecture. Another goal is to create something very personal to the homeowners while representing something of their histories. One of the owners has a film background and he found the roughness and authenticity of the old factory very appealing. The project is urban in complexity yet strangely archaic /prehistoric in its base simplicity. When you look in the interior of the apartment, it is dominated by a black steel cube which reflects the inhabitant's passions and their love for material quality of an elemental nature.
A 34 Square Meter Scandinavian Apartment Featuring Impressive Use of Space. Most apartments have limited space in it but most of them become functional because of the creativity of the designers. It really just depends on how the layout of the space is done. Even super small spaces can be useful once the layout is done well and creative furniture designs are integrated into the home. Today, we are going to feature an apartment which only has a floor area of 34 square meters. It was acquired by the owners as a temporary residence. While the repairs are ongoing, the owners occupied the apartment. It is also intended to accommodate friends and relatives as well as a working and resting space for the owners.
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