gil bakHTiar // Architect & Interior Designer

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Luxembourg garden

Property design

In a 1970’s building,
breaking free from the
building codes of that
period was to enable…

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In a 1970’s building, breaking free from the building codes of that period was to enable this apartment to exacerbate a contemporary choice.
The furniture was entirely designed exclusively for this project, mainly in metal, lacquered wood and glass, clear or etched always with different patterns.
The lounge consists in three areas, a reading area with a bookcase, a multifunctional sofa with a lamp integrated in the base, and an expandable console table for it to become a dining room whenever needed.
The bedrooms, with a bolder choice of hues, meet all the comfort and functionality requirements of such intimate spaces thanks to their separate dressing rooms and bathrooms.
The kitchen is equipped with a sculpture table made out of polished stainless steel and a slab of glass.