An average budget doesn’t have to lead to an average outcome
Form and function can coexist. After planning the layout for the apartment, the atmospheric and functional goals were met with maximizing the amount of light in the apartment, minimalist colour palette, built-in furniture, and materials that reflect the architecture of the building. The intention was to bring in natural light in those areas of the apartment where the most time is spent. To support the incoming light, an app-controlled atmospheric lighting management system was installed. Cleverly integrated furniture keeps items off the floor and creates a feeling of spaciousness with the inviting wall-to-wall carpet encouraging the eye to take in the entire room uninterrupted.
Long-lasting and stress-free. The development of project costs and environmental sustainability of the entire process was monitored throughout the renovation. Long-lasting materials were chosen to add sustainability. The practically maintenance-free LED lighting system was used to increase energy efficiency and save energy costs. The work was carried out in cooperation with trusted subcontractor partners to ensure that every step of the process remained transparent, manageable, and on schedule.
Photos by Esa Kapila