Perched upon the top 2 floors of a residential building in central Bucharest, Romania, F Duplex is a modern dream apartment which experienced a complete and beautiful renovation by Studio 1408.
With just over 3,000 square feet, 2 penthouse apartments were opened up and joined to form one spacious duplex for a young family. The floor plan of this chic dwelling begins on the second level where the entranceway to the main living spaces is situated. A home office, bathroom and laundry are also situated here. Wide-planked wood floors in a satin finish contribute warmth throughout.
The open living room-dining room plan is interjected by a fully-glazed outdoor dining niche, which then continues to connect to the separate kitchen sleek in shades of smooth grey and bold red lacquer. The minimalist furniture reads as comfortable, yet stylish, a perfect fit for the living room which is centered with a stunning freestanding fireplace unit.
The corner dining room is surrounded by glazed walls on 2 sides. A contemporary chandelier of interconnected round globes is suspended from wires over the rectangular glass table and modern s-shaped chairs. The sheer window drapery allows the plentiful natural light to pass through while offering privacy.
A gold partition wall is mirrored on one side and set adjacent to the white cube storage/service structure–such clever additions to these otherwise unobstructed interiors.
A 360-degree terrace not only becomes an extended living and entertainment zone, but entirely wraps this level, offering abundant views of the city.
2 separate sets of staircases descend to the more private quarters of bedrooms, bathrooms and the children’s playroom. The master suite features an enviable custom wardrobe space, while the ensuite bath is captivating. White LED lighting is built into the ceiling’s perimeter, while a floating vanity wall divides the walk-in shower from the rest of this posh bathroom.
The F Duplex Apartment is a modern dream home offering views, space, light and most importantly, relaxed living for its inhabitants.
Posted by Suzanne at 23 October, 2013
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