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A London-based architectural studio entitled Haptic has realized an extraordinary interior design that surpasses minimalist design boundaries becoming an subject of great interest for those interested.
The apartment is entitled Idunsgate and it`s located in Oslo, Norway. The Scandinavian interior design motifs are definitely present in the color scheme and textures. White wood textures are animating the airy white serene setup. The architects have used a steel powder-coated white staircase that floats above the living room as a zone separator, an extraordinary circulation system and a great display of art. The simple lines of the suspended staircase are giving the interior a really discrete rhythm that enhances the aesthetic values of the apartment.
The staircase`s first three steps are made on a wooden platform that also serves as a storage and sitting area when not used. The strong natural texture used enhances the first steps and encourages the individual to step on such unusual object of art; after making the first steps the individual will see that on the floating staircase earthy materials and texture have been used, this aspect inspiring once again confidence .
Upstairs a small roof can be found nearby the bedroom. The circulation area, the hallways that connect the staircase with the bedroom serves as a viewing area over the double height living room and kitchen area, beams dressed in white stark are enhancing the feel of a large space interrupting views as a wooden beam that would become a focal point .
The whole interior design is oriented towards the living areas which were emphasized through a very clean and sensible approach by the designer, the only thing missing from this design being the fireplace. We would love to hear your opinion regarding this breathtaking apartment in the comment section bellow.