This weeks most inspiring is the home of the Swedish award winning architect Andreas Martin-Löf. He lives in one of his own projects in Stockholm where he together with Oscar Properties has transformed a quarter of historical university buildings into modern luxury homes. Its a great example of how the past can be connected with the present in a very successful way, both when it comes to the architecture and how the original details is preserved – and how Andreas himself has chosen to decorate his home with a mix of modern furniture and inherited items with personal value.
Andreas Martin-Löf is not only known for transforming culturally and historically valuable buildings into luxury homes in Stockholm, he has also been doing a lot of work for renewing the quality of low-cost housing in the city. He founded Andreas Martin-Löf Architects in 2008 and the talented architect is not only designing houses, soon he is also releasing a series of lamps for Danish Frama.
What I love the most is that even though his home might seem gallery-like, when you take a closer look there is so many personal details in the interior. Lamps the architect has designed himself, furniture inherited from his family, memories from travels, a photo of the building and how it looked like before the transformation started. Details that all adds up in a personal, warm and very sophisticated home.
The sculpture was originally used in the Stockholm Furniture Fair´s design bar in 2016, after storing it in his office Andreas decided to take it home. The pedestal is made by Matti Carlson (