This eclectic duplex apartment is located in the Stockholm, Sweden district of Norrmalm.
It is a stylish and fashionable mixture of textures and patterns, which create a dynamic that keeps the eye busy wherever it goes.
Stunning Apartment in Norrmalm:
“In the middle of Stockholm, you’ll find this internationally featured 340 m2 (3,660 ft2) apartment on two floors that exudes character and is at the apex of architectural design. You’ll enjoy the excitement of the big city, with its restaurants, an international school and proximity to all that the city has to offer. In contrast, the apartment is a modern and tranquil oasis designed and renovated by architects Björn and Marianne Aaro for Filippa Knutsson.
The apartment begins two floors up in the building. This level connects with the stairway that continues all the way up to the old unfinished attic. The centrally-located entrance area has an efficiently planned closet and a guest lavatory. The large kitchen has its own special feel, and is custom-designed with a full complement of appliances, hidden storage space, and interior decoration specially designed for this apartment. The more public areas are very spacious, and include a large dining area and a seating group facing a fireplace. Exclusive light-coloured Dineson plank floor that contrasts with the dark original ceiling. Library/office with customized furnishing. A wonderful master bedroom with hidden storage and an integrated bathroom that completes the floor.
On the upper floor, one flight up, the attic feel has been intentionally preserved with its rough floor tiles that go with the original wood of the ceiling. Here there is a central family room with a large table for cosy dinners and working from the home, at an inviting angle to the sofa group. Two large terraces face the courtyard, creating a wonderful sense of openness on this floor. Three lovely bedrooms are located in a row, with bathrooms and shower rooms on each side.
Welcome to a perfect international class home with craftsmanship and ethnic features in a beautiful building on Wallingatan.”
Photos courtesy of Skeppsholmen
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