Haptic Architects designed the interior of the apartment Idunsgate in Oslo, Norway. The apartment is located on the top floor of the building, built in the XIX century which is in the central part of the city. The customer purchased this living space with a plan to design it in a lofty style, combining two floors and making it more open and airy. The architect presented a good opportunity to explore every corner of the residence and create a three-dimensional layout. The apartment is generously filled with sunlight, thanks to many windows and skylights located all over the space. The unusual idea was to build an open fireplace in the corner of a kitchen and to divide the space with a see-through steel staircase inviting to the top part of the apartment.
A patterned bohemian rug placed in an open living space gives more character and drama to an otherwise clean and airy space. As the whole idea is to leave the interior airy and light, therefore the furniture perfectly complements this space’s aesthetics. Almost every furniture detail has a wire metal appearance: armchairs, bar stools, and side tables which match the similar-looking stairs.
Personally, my favorite part of this interior is this genius bathroom sink with a mirror incorporated into a glass partition. Just imagine how convenient it is to have your make-up done here. The natural light evenly illuminates your face from all the sides and you have a great view as well.