Normless Studio has designed a modern apartment on the sixth floor of a 1960s apartment building, informed by a traditionally simple Scandinavian aesthetic. Merging two apartments into one, the design team created a harmonious living experience that exudes a sense of warmth and elegance.
As the architects describe, the central point of the open-plan layout is the kitchen, positioned amidst the elongated communal areas that separate the private office space from the living room. A circular column connects the kitchen with the dining table, fostering a seamless flow. Natural light floods the communal spaces through the surrounding windows, leading to a spacious balcony offering panoramic city views. In the adjacent office, a bespoke marble fireplace adds a touch of luxury and practicality. The master bedroom connects seamlessly to the ensuite closet concealed behind mirrored walls and accessible through a mirrored door. Additionally, the walk-in closet provides a link between the bedroom and the ensuite bathroom, featuring exquisite marble tiles and a custom-made marble sink. Designed with wooden-framed glass doors, the walk-in closet serves as an elegant display for personal belongings. The main bathroom exudes a soothing ambiance with its neutral color palette and bronze accents. The space is further enhanced by custom-made wooden furniture, while Chevron wooden flooring and white lacquered panels span the entirety of the apartment, creating an atmosphere of serenity and inspiration.