London-based architects DRDH designed this beautiful piano nobile apartment located in one of the most elite areas of London – the Bryanston Square. Architects renovated the apartment and restored the original elements such as the moldings, and at the same time they’ve opened up the plan to light and the spatial interconnectedness of contemporary life. The main inspiration of the pale palette and herringbone floor was the sparsely furnished interior paintings of the 20th century Danish artist Vilhelm Hammershoi. As well as in Hammershoi’s paintings of his home and on this apartment, doors mediate the relationships between new and existing elements and establish themselves as figures that fills the space.
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