At the heart of the city, two young professionals cohabit in a 140.5 square metre apartment, designed by
A spacious grey and white living room spans much of the interior space. On one side of the room there is an installation of storage units that form a blue feature wall. A grey
Pale plank flooring, white ceilings and light walls makes the room appear bleached out.
Natural light flows in through a run of floor to ceiling windows. The windows are dressed with grey window blinds that have been selected to match the grey fabric sofa.
A tiny area rug sits in front of the sofa, just to keep feet cosy on the cool floor. Simple lighting skims the ceiling line, with no low hanging pendant lights filling the upper quarters of the lounge. The small black
The cluster of blue home storage units extrude at different depths, which creates the illusion of movement. Open shelving is dotted between the concealed cabinets to allow items to be set out on display. A special selection of books, trinkets and
A set of illuminated wall shelves hold a couple of
White media storage units have been mounted at intervals along the concrete tv wall.
Perforated panels stand directly opposite the entryway to the home…
… The panels form a bicycle storage point, with the addition of two bike racks.
The bicycle racks can be seen from the living room, but the view just adds to the young city vibe of the apartment interior.
Living room shelving quietly echoes the aesthetic of the bike storage nook, having metal sides that follow a similar perforated design.
A kitchen diner runs straight off the lounge, giving the apartment an easy free-flowing living space.
The ceiling of the kitchen diner sees a repeat of the perforated metal sheet design used for the bike storage nook, but this time it’s pendant lights that hang from the panel.
A fridge freezer is nested into a wall recess at one side of the kitchen to free up more wall space for cabinets and other appliances.
Sweeping city views can be enjoyed whilst dining at the table. Along the window side of the table, a low dining bench has been opted for in place of high-backed seating, so as not to obscure the impressive panorama.
Around the corner to the dining spot, a little
The flood of sunlight provides a wonderfully bright ambience by day; a wall
Mismatched colour dining
A small hallway runs off the side of the living room to the master bedroom.
The master bedroom is another minimalistic space, decorated in grey and white. The double bed has no headboard to speak of, and the bedside unit is a set of basic white drawers. A brown
One slender wall shelf holds an indoor plant in a geometric planter over the bedside.
The city view acts as decoration in the plain the room.
Opposite the foot of the bed, there is an arrangement of handleless slab front white wardrobes.
The white closets have been installed in a formation that makes a separate dressing area.