Located in central Oslo, Norway, this contemporary minimalist loft house was designed in 2013 by Haptic Architects.
Description by Haptic Architects The house is within the prime flooring of a nineteenth century house constructing in central Oslo in Norway. Buying the loft area above the house enabled the shopper to do a full scale refurbishment of the loft, bringing the 2 flooring into one, unified area. The design By way of a radical three-dimensional survey of the house and cautious evaluation of the technique of escape, we have been capable of incorporate each nook and cranny and even a part of the stairwell into the design. By absolutely utilising the extent modifications and alternatives we might introduce spatial drama with substantial vertical sight strains. The en-suite toilet to the main bedroom is organised over three ranges by incorporating discovered areas. A sunny terrace has a big glass wall that brings night mild deep into the condominium. Some loft area has been sacrificed to create a double peak area over the lounge. Staircase The centrepiece of the house is the function staircase connecting the 2 ranges. A modular, powder coated, white metal stair is suspended between the joists and connects to a low storage/couch unit that runs alongside the entrance façade. Toilet The toilet included a number of degree modifications, and through the use of giant scale 100x300cm tiles, the impression is of 1 that’s carved out of a single block of stone. Kitchen The unique kitchen was tight, inefficient and north dealing with. By shifting it into the widespread areas we might create a light-weight, ethereal and spacious area that turns into the social coronary heart and integrates with the remainder of the house. A small hearth is built-in into the kitchen worktop and the kitchen fronts are painted to match the color of the fireside. Go to Haptic Architects