This Stockholm apartment is the home of Johnny Andersson of Jordens Arkitekter and his family.
Housed in a building from 1939, the 125sqm apartment has been thoroughly renovated whilst keeping the original feel of the functionalist era. The architect owner had to reconfigure the use of space in the 6 room apartment, originally separated into formal and private spaces, as well as rooms for domestic staff no longer needed in contemporary living.
I love the clever steel framed glass wall between the kitchen and dining space - not quite open plan but a current take on classic room separation.
Soft whites walls, parquetry oak floors and brass light fittings create a timeless appeal, whilst retaining the highly sought after functionalist details.
enjoy | Jess