The footprint of the original room was kept intact. One partitioning wall was added and they duplicated one of the windows for the kitchen area and the bathroom to allow for a little bit more light.
The front door enters into the living area with the kitchen on the right as you enter the room. They used the same terazzo flooring throughout the space to keep the flow of the space and to ground the space.
In the living room area they created what one could only describe as an island of sofas put together with side tables to provide for as much multifunctional seating as they could. This island is the place where you want to be stranded in this apartment!
On the far wall of this picture you can see how the dining space and kitchen was fitted on the flanks of the sofa island.
They used wall niches as an design element.....not necessarily as storage but for the interesting focal point it made!
In decorating the space they used mostly neutrals, but paired it with pattern and texture and a touch of deep rich gold for the glam factor.
The kitchen was kept clean and minimal and clutter free.
For privacy they designed the partitioning wall, but in a way that one never loose touch with the open factor of the space.
In the partitioning wall this window was fitted and with great success.
This is the view standing in the bedroom area and looking towards the front door.
The curved wall was the pride and joy of the original building and was kept intact. They cladded it with a rich dark wood to tone in with the rest of the grey tones. The bed was designed to showcase the curved wall and together they make magic!
The bed was placed facing the windows and to utilize and appreciate the full glory of the city views. The wall niches again used as an interpretation of art in the space.
Sitting on the bed....waking up in the morning!
The partitioning wall and the curved wall leads you into the dressing area and the bathroom. The use of mirror on the back wall cleverly reflects the windows and create depth in the small space.
Folding doors leading into the bathroom.
On the inside of the curved wall they could not resist to fit a shower....
In the bathroom the wall niches was decorated with mirror and this time it was used for storage and to highlight the luxurious bath products to use.
This bathroom is also about the art created by all the reflections in the room. See how the tiled walls and mirrors tells the stories of every décor element that was chosen so carefully.
Even in the bathroom the city views are not lost.
And this is the end of the tour! I hope you liked it and heart it!! Thanks for taking the time to stroll through the no more empty room with me!