Inte­ri­or Design and Roof­top Conversion

In today’s world, ways of living and living are chan­ging. Rooms are no lon­ger seen as sepa­ra­te are­as to which spe­ci­fic func­tions are allo­ca­ted. Ins­tead, the­re is a flowing tran­si­ti­on bet­ween are­as that are used for dif­fe­rent pur­po­ses. We have taken up and imple­men­ted this approach in the refur­bish­ment of an old attic.

With a mini­ma­list design approach, we empha­si­zed high-qua­li­ty mate­ri­als such as real oak wood par­quet flo­o­ring, lar­ge-for­mat por­ce­lain stone­wa­re flo­or tiles, and cus­tom-made fix­tures that reflect our client’s living and lifestyle.

The clear over­view is sup­port­ed by an indi­vi­du­al­ly plan­ned fit­ted kit­chen. The spe­cial fea­ture of this pro­ject is that the­re is no distinct sepa­ra­ti­on bet­ween the living and kit­chen areas.

Through the instal­la­ti­on of the kit­chen unit with its white matt sur­faces, it blends into the back­ground and mer­ges into a unit with the wall. Only the kit­chen island con­nects both are­as. The empha­sis was on high qua­li­ty, fle­xi­bi­li­ty and ver­sa­ti­li­ty. Indi­rect­ly illu­mi­na­ted niches and a high-end wine ref­ri­ge­ra­tor ele­gant­ly enli­ven the space.

Clean lines, a calm colour sel­ec­tion in com­bi­na­ti­on with a dis­creet gra­phic wall­pa­per give cha­rac­ter to the living area and crea­te a warm atmosphere.

Cli­ent: Private
Loca­ti­on: Drei­eich / Frankfurt
Size: 120 qm
Com­ple­ti­on: 2021