The striking main entrance acts as a connecting hub for the whole apartment. Pathways highlighted with a repetition of triangular wooden strips. Bespoke glass doors crowned with marble framing. Detail of leather wrapped handles, used throughout the apartment. Site visit work in progress. Site visit work in progress. Site visit work in progress. Ceiling stucco with incorporated acoustic panels and adjustable spotlights. Integrated light dome with decorative painting in the dining room. Bespoke bedside table clad with Ettore Sottsass veneer from Alpi. The master bathroom clad with Ekeberg marble, milled in different directions creating a subtle checkered pattern. Bespoke worktable with leather desktop and polished metal legs. Hidden behind rattan doors, the closets are painted in a vibrant orange and cooler blue with syncronized leather detailing. Floors laid with large custom oak tiles lined with stripes of wenge and mahogny. Built in library shelf painted in highgloss Jaguar green in combination with a Swedish marble socket. Polished and unpolished Brännlyckan marble. Site visit work in progress. Site visit work in progress. Site visit work in progress. Scrap pieces of all stone used in the apartment reused in the smaller guest toilet.
For this dream project, we completed a full-scale renovation of a 350 sqm apartment in central Stockholm, located within a magnificent jewel of a building designed in the early 1920s by Höög & Morsing. Over the years, former residents had compromised the original interiors of the apartment, removing integral detailing so that what remained felt detached from the overall architecture.
Appointed by the current owner, we set out to bring the apartment back to its former glory while integrating exceptional contemporary functionality and comfort throughout. Overseeing every element of the space right down to the fixtures and fittings – we strived to achieve an interior that sets high international standards for design, using local materials and craft techniques to celebrate and renew a historic space that will now live for many generations to come.
for Private Client
Irina Boersma César Machado