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The new owners of this Stockholm penthouse had a whole host of beautiful art they wanted to incorporate when renovating its 120 square metres. Creating a natural backdrop to the paintings, sculptures and furniture belonging to the family therefore became a key focus to this project. Instead of the typical white walls of a gallery, we picked a soft and saturated brownish grey to drench all ceilings and walls in – complemented by elm wood for wall panels, interior doors and wardrobes. The perfect combination with little contrast to avoid competing with the art.
As well as adding a background to the art, the large custom-built elm joinery helps frame different activities spatially around the apartment. As does the handmade Kolumba brick fireplace, connecting the dining area to the living room.
for Private Client
Erik Levander, Note
Photography and Film