The assignment was to
turn an old embassy in Stockholm into a private apartment.
Three walls were taken down to create one large room of 85 square meter with a bit of a gallery feel. This room includes kitchen, dining and
A gray scale with materials like concrete, valchromat and brushed steel are recurring throughout the apartment. In contrast to this,
three brass cubes was built that all serves
a unique function,
a kitchen island, a
closet and a coffee
Both bathrooms have concrete flooring and walls covered in blasted limestone from the island of Gotland in the south if Sweden. In one of the bathrooms a giant concrete bathtub was built that accommodates the entire family of 5 people.
Photos by Mikael Axelsson
Kitchen in gray valchromat, concrete
Valchromat and concrete.
Steps in concrete leads
up to the TV room.
Closet cube covered in brass.
Bathtub in concrete,
walls covered in blasted limestone.
Basin made in concrete.
Towel heater made of stainless steel pipes.
Floors in concrete,
walls and basin in blasted limestone.
Basin in blasted limestone.