In one of Vienna’s most beautiful districts, a formerly grand apartment received a new and modern identity after years of insensitive and inconsiderate renovations took the soul out of the property.
With an entirely new design concept and extensive refurbishments, the apartment regained a stylishly classic yet contemporary look by mixing modern and historical elements and materials, thus resulting into a contemporary version of a typical bygone Viennese splendid architecture. A total of 27 colours and its nuances were applied to create a spatial communication which exhales a special lightness and ease within the historical rooms.
No stark white was used in any of the rooms, which gives the apartment a warm and welcoming glow. The tall French double doors were beautifully done up and fitted with elegant brass furniture. These were especially cast from historical models.
The overall design concept’s intension, including the bespoke built-in-furniture, is to incorporate various styles of furnishings, whether modern or antique, to achieve a timeless and lasting elegance.