Stockholm Penthouse With Geometric Shapes

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In architecture and design, it’s all about shapes and geometry on paper, things that we cannot always picture in perspective. Yet, the Swedish apartment loft we put our eyes on today reflects precision. The rule saying a room has four walls, isn’t applying here. Circle library, all sorts of shapes on the walls and a tall geometric rooftop continue the basic idea of the redesigned apartment. Sharp endings are sweetened by the round ones, creating a balance between them.

You don’t have a cold feeling, as you could expect from lots of white and edgy shapes. It’s quite a welcoming home, with nice touches of color. It may not be appropriate having children in there, because they would probably turn the white in grey. I would more likely see someone fascinated by numbers, math or any other logical domain living there. Dreamers and poets need something more bohemian than living under the geometric rooftop in Stockholm.


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