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Apartment in Vienna by Atelier Karasinski

By • Nov 16, 2014

This 1,615-square-foot studio apartment is located in Vienna, Austria.

It was designed for and by Atelier Karasinski in 2014.

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Apartment in Vienna by Atelier Karasinski:

“This whole apartment was refurnished on our own. The kitchen was covered with new white ‘Metro’ tiles. The bathroom sink is an unique self-made designer piece, build out of an old Singer sewing machine and a marble basin from Cooke & Lewis London.

Stucco work and colors have been done additionally, wooden floor was polished professionally. Almost the whole furniture & decor is second hand or vintage, carefully collected over 8 months all over Vienna, Paris, Barcelona, San Francisco, parts of Poland & New York.

We also bought some designer pieces into place like some Eames lounge chairs, a Nisse Strinning ‘String’ shelf, an Acapulco chair from Mexico and some Egon Eiermann tables. Never done, still in the making.”

Photos courtesy of Atelier Karasinski

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One Comment to Apartment in Vienna by Atelier Karasinski

  1. Dunacsilla says:

    Cozy at the best, but neither stylish, nor professional, nor timeless. Not even orderly. A collection trashy retrostuff, combined in an utmost boring way. Why was it presented here?

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