- Interior design
The aim was to create a high-quality modern living space for a young family.
Therefore partition walls were demolished and the rooms were rearranged. White multifunctional one-piece furniture covers the existing supporting structure and serves as a room divider between the living-dining area and the entrance. It contains a wardrobe, kitchen elements and storage space as well as shower and toilet of the master bedroom. Integral part of design are two boxes in dark oak with contrasting room atmospheres:
Introverted as intimate bedroom, home cinema and walk-in wardrobe;
Extroverted as representative dining room, reinterpretation of the existing traditional “Tyrolean Stube” as central element of the apartment. The flat is highly flexible, allows simultaneous usability and creates loft character in a compact space. The kitchen unit with motorized flap becomes a bar or hides dirty dishes, a curtain separates the living room temporary from the dining space, a workstation can be folded out of the bookshelf.