02 . 10 . 2016
Minimalist. Stripped back. The bare essentials…
In another life this space was an office building built in the 1960’s and what was once a space for many, recently became the crowning jewel for a lucky someone when the geniuses at Hans Verstuyft Architecture worked their magic.
It’s easy to see that this is a genuine architectural space where form and structure speak for themselves, emphasising the most desirable qualities of interior minimalism. Subtle hints of timber detailing and brass fixtures perfectly compliment the surroundings with only the most necessary pieces chosen for the styling.
Perfectly positioned nooks and mirrors, strategically placed windows and full length glass doors all keep the minimalist design compelling while steering away from the predictable. If you ask me, just because one prefers the minimalistic life, it is by no means boring… And one thing’s for sure, when they look this good I’m happy with just the bare essentials. xx