Apartment FH sports the contemporary interior of a designer house, sparing nothing in regards to utility while effectively managing space in a judicious manner. Subtle details in the modern architecture add character to a very basic black-and-white slate. A long stretch of black storage cabinets spans the length of the studio below tremendous sunny windows. Low sitting tables and chairs in charcoal are Zen in their simplicity, bringing the user literally down to Earth.
A very unintuitive but attractive mix of furniture in this private house creates a traditional and defined social area. The modernity of stark contrasts and clean lines stands out against an intimate living space centered around a distressed leather B&B Bambole vintage. A warmly faded and fatigued area rug ties together a mix of Panton, Eames, and Kjaerholm chairs inspired by the palette of a stately mantle painting. This homey “burst” of living space is only a slight interruption in the sleek, modern décor. The minimalistic design is only enhanced by the characteristically aged appearance of interactive objects found scattered throughout this unique home.
Apartment FH refuses to be ordinary by creating a distinctive fusion of the contemporary and the classic. This is space where scratches and marks only accent the fresh beauty of clean-cut design.