Refurbishment of an apartment in a Grade II Listed building
Location: Munich, Germany
When our client decided to move back into their 1930’s maisonette apartment in Bogenhausen, Munich, it was in dire need of refurbishment and modernisation after a long term of back-to-back tenancies.
We were approached with a brief to revive the original character of the property, and add a touch of glamour and elegance.
Even though the property is a listed building, many of the original features had been removed, so we designed new furniture, mimicking traditional styles while refurbishing as much of the existing built-in furniture as possible.
We moved the layout back to its original design - with the reception and living spaces at the rear of the property, overlooking the beautiful gardens. A home office and guest rooms were moved to the front.
A new palette of natural materials and light, neutral tones beautifully contrasted the rich oak parquet, brightening the space and flooding it with light while accenting the original property features.
Developed as a Project Architect for Hofstadt Architekten
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