Sophisticated interior design ideas for small penthouse apartment
Having worked and lived for some years in London, architect Dimitar Karanikolov and Interior have been reduced designer Veneta nikolova to Sofia, where they found a small, but very interesting penthouse apartment in a new residential area. The next two years the two exclusively with the renovations to the apartment have dealt, by they have put together the Interior, experimenting with details and textures.A massive cube in anthracite grey is at the heart of the living area and is home to the bathroom, which is located directly above the elevator shaft of the building. The cube is clad in custom-made, 16 mm thick concrete panels on the outside and on the inside.
Because the penthouse apartment is located too close to the higher residential housing, the protection of the private sector was a big issue for the residents. In this context, the whole living area with large planters was surrounded. This solution had as a result of the emergence of a green aura of that surrounds the House and allows the balconies to appear as quiet courtyards. The whole thing was transformed into a private refuge, which is completely isolated from the outside world.
This designer apartment is real treasure chest, where you can find carefully handmade details and many surprises. See for example the wardrobe in the bedroom. He is made in the form of an old suitcase and hides the guest bedroom on the second floor of the penthouse apartment. There is also elegant, oval freestanding bathtub, which ensures additional exclusivity.
The air conditioning system is covered by a wooden chest of drawers and black metal panels cover the ventilation system. Magnetic-based Edison light bulbs lights hang over the sturdy dining room table.
This outstanding interior design concept aims at a well balanced hipster modernity, garnished with vintage furniture and accessories.
Unique interior design and comfort in retro style
The living area of the second level seen
Unusual side table from an old suitcase and plastic chairs
Vintage meets modern in the workplace
State of the art technology in the industrial look
Side profile of the penthouse apartment
Lush vegetation on the roof
The living plan-overview
The white brick wall just perfectly with the retro-design
The double bed was made from Euro-pallets
A stylish, antique chest of drawers stands directly under the TV
Spectacular wardrobe in the form of an old suitcase
The guest bedroom on the second floor
Modern bathroom facilities
Minimalist shower head in chrome
The built-in fireplace provides comfort for an extra dose
Open bookcases and durable dining table in natural wood
The magnetic-based Edison pendant lamps
The massive kitchen island contains a small sink
There you will find the legendary SMEG refrigerator
An old chest rounds off the cute floor cloakroom
Floating wood steps lead to the second level of the penthouse apartment