Eminent luxury, classy elegance and a hint of artistic individuality – this combination is typically really difficult to achieve, but not for the newest venture of Studio David Thulstrup. A property for the renowned photographer Peter Krasilnikoff the former warehouse had turn out to be a magnificent instance of modern urban architecture and layout.
Blackened steel and row brick walls left from the previous construct are combined with a glass-walled atrium that is the green heart of the residence and thin, vertical strips from Brazilian hardwood that clad the complete facade and compose the unconventional characteristics of this architectural venture. Integrating refined concepts of new materiality and bespoke pieces of furniture into a spatial vision the designers had formed one really exclusive home that reflects the essential style and dynamic taste of its proprietor.
The interior style of this house unfolds and can be observed like a gallery of fine art composition, floor after floor, layer soon after layer the stylish type and the artistic defiles reveal a property with strong individuality. The fresh greenery of the glass atrium and the fragile elegance of the light wood cladding are juxtaposed to the row robust presence of the steel constructs and the exposed brick walls. The vibrant combinations of components and textures, textiles and colors are properly balanced in classy and refine manner of the decor arrangement.
Accents in colour and texture: like the rich, floor-to-ceiling and extreme aubergine velvet curtains from Kvadrat, add romantic charm and bold dash to the otherwise elegant and almost minimalist composition. The romantic infliction of this curtain (creating the dining space to resemble a dining hall of a knight – occasions) is repeated in other tribal arrangements during the residence: brick wall, brass utensils and African masks in the kitchen, light normal textures in the bedroom, the delicate romance of the operating room – all this is so cleverly balanced by the contemporary and innovative presence of the other attributes that generates one cohesive ambiance of distinctive style and charm. Photography by Peter Krasilnikoff