The modern oval-shaped building exterior influenced the development of interior aesthetics. The apartment looks over the city through the curved glass walls, through which daylight diligently pierces the space and playfully bounces off of the convexed surfaces of the apartment. The entrance corridor narrows down midway and broadens up eventually into the living room, embracing the daylight with a swinging impact. More secluded rooms of the house are animated with reflective elements like freestanding glass wardrobes and two stainless steel walls in the guest bathroom accentuating the RGB lighting. Stainless steel is reiterated in the kitchen, which can be partitioned from the living room with a sliding door, leaving only a decorative kitchen island exposed.
Designed by STIPFOLD
Four core silhouettes are present throughout the apartment ceilings and the parqueted areas of the floors. These shapes are distilled from the hand-sketched outlines, adding a human touch to the futuristic forms. Wooden floor zones and custom white forms on the ceilings are the cozy blips in the large monochrome surface areas.