A couple of investors with a passion for art and France decided to follow in the footsteps of the artistic bohemia and chose an atmospheric attic in one of the townhouses in Old Ochota as their place to live.
The attic needed a little remodelling. In order to illuminate the space, we added an additional, uncovered dormer window. We achieved an artistic atmosphere by combining vintage furniture with the best European brands. The character of the interiors is also emphasised by the visible roof truss. The open space allows energy to flow freely. In this project, we completely dispensed with the traditional division. We placed only the toilet in a closed cubicle.
The living area consists of a seating area made up of comfortable Edra sofas and coffee tables. At its heart is a dummy fireplace with candles. Softness is added by Cappelen Dimyr carpets and the icing on the cake are paintings we discovered in the Copenhagen showroom Ruby Atelier. Next door there is a dining area with an indoor balcony. A large wooden table with vintage chairs create a space conducive to meeting and closeness. Its ornament is a decorative lamp with candles. The open kitchen consists of a workspace, an island and a minimalist built-in. Vintage wooden stools from French antique store Atmosphère D'ailleurs and a cone-shaped pendant lamp by Wästberg add character. The bedroom is connected to the bath area. It is symbolically separated by Peronda tiles. The free-standing bath offers a view of the city and the nearby church.