The magnificant interior design done by Daniel Lubeskind brings life and brightness to a luxury apartment. The unique form of this design communicates perfectly with the environment. Advanced and ecologically friendly solutions, achieve high levels of energy and water savings, and as one would expect from a spectacular glass structure, provide an unlimited source of sunlight to its spacious living spaces. Floor-to-ceiling operable panoramic windows and lofty, up to 2,95m full-height ceilings compliment the thoughtfully designed interior, and the expressive, open living spaces. Fully equipped and air-conditioned apartment is comfortably designed and fitted with a Luxury Traditional specification. With a choice of further customised options and finishes, Złota 44 allows the individual to transform their limited edition home into a totally unique design for living.
This is a huge apartment that has alot to offer. There are three or four apartments in there connected together. Although many modern elements are present, there are also items which expose a classic approach as well: curtains, rugs, wooden furniture, stylish armchairs. A lot of decorative ideas stand out and we invite you to discover each and everyone of them.
This apartment is located in the vibrant neighborhood “Vasastaden” in Gothenburg (the second largest city in Sweden). Even though it looks simple in white furnishing and wall paint making it stunning. The wooden tables in the living area and the fireplace just add the finishing touch to the already well designed room. Bold black and grey wall paper on one of the walls adds glamor, charm and lovely contrast to the otherwise White theme. Wonderfully done and classy to say the least.
This apartment located near the river Spree in Berlin-Charlottenburg was redesigned by, Iris Steinbeck Architekten as a private residence, for a business woman internationally active in the field of lifestyle and sustainable development. Modern design together with collectors’ pieces and design classics provide the space with an individual touch. The long, white, backlit sideboards create a light and comfortable atmosphere. Self-designed furniture and objects in different shades of white complimented by just a few colorful spots stand in contrast to the warm brown tone of the wooden floor. The spacious living area is used for cooking and dining, entertaining and relaxing in front of the fire place. In summer it expands onto the large roof terrace with olive trees, an herb garden, outdoor shower and an integrated bench with a view over neighboring rooftops and onto the river below.