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Gallery / NASH
« on: 2021-06-18, 11:21:29 »
This duplex is tucked away in nature. It was imperative to not overwhelm the visitor with an abundance of the design elements after a long drive from the city through the green landscapes. Furthermore, to be able to have an unobstructed view of the verdant surroundings the apartment has glass walls on the opposite ends. To emphasize this characteristic, the top floor living room and kitchen blend into each other without a partition between them.

Concrete is the prominent element of the interior. Its aloofness is balanced with furniture, and soft tones and textiles. The custom shelves latch on the walls throughout the interior. These angular shelves also crawl along the stairs and incorporate the plants. Several walls feature graffiti.     

The first floor is allocated to the bedrooms and the bathrooms. Here, the floors are entirely covered with carpet. In the master bedroom, the wardrobe is secluded behind the dim glass wall.
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« on: 2021-02-12, 19:39:08 »

Blackbird was first sketched in 2012. The drafts were jotted down in a few hours and the free-flowing ideas of a getaway cabin quickly took shape. The project came about through an unfiltered process, without any external impositions. It is by far the company's most well-known project and manifests our core vision. Its latest version is more structurally refined and thoroughly thought out. Developing this type of unrestrained editorial projects help us grow and adjust our company's focus.
It is a place to be by oneself, with no clear paths leading to it. The building can be approached from any side and It was important for it to be striking from every angle. The structure resembles a spaceship that can land in any environment.
Blackbird is a singular entity, folded continuously. The outer metal layer brings a sense of security, while the inner wooden coating makes the interior relaxed. Two glass walls on the opposite end of the unit dissolve the boundary between nature and the interior.
The cabin accommodates a parking spot and a roofed terrace outdoors. The interior represents a unified space -- different rooms being only visually separated. The aluminum-clad kitchen island and open fireplace share an exhaust hood of the same material and character. This texture prominently seeps throughout the design. The sculptural interior features several pieces of cozy furniture, making the space more comfortable.

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