Industrial attic apartment designed by Dimitar Karanikolov and Veneta Nikolova, situated in Sofia, Bulgaria. Architect Dimitar Karanikolov and interior designer Veneta Nikolova moved to Sofia, where they found a small but interesting attic apartment in a newly built development. They spent the next 2 years reconstructing the place, designing furniture and experimenting with details, and finishes. An interior concept aiming at well-balanced hipster modernity garnished with pieces of vintage furniture and accessories. A massive dark “cube” occupies the center of the living room, hiding the bathroom (which sits on the top of the building’s elevator shaft).
The “cube” is clad in thin (16mm) custom made concrete panels that continue inside as well. A space full with a lot of ? carefully crafted details and surprises: The wardrobe in the bedroom ( designed to look like an old suitcase ) hides a floor level build-in bathtub situated on a second level of the 4.5m space – an area which is used for a guest bedroom / bathing space.
The techniques used to create the wardrobe inspired the start of a new boutique furniture brand – LOFTCASE ( available soon at www.loftcase.com)
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