Rotstein Arkitekter Removed All Unnecessary Walls and Rebuilt Space

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: Feb 4, 2013 • References: & dezeen
Open-plan houses are ones that are highly on the rise. Swedish firm Rotstein Arkitekter removed all unnecessary walls in this dense Stockholm apartment to creative an intensely open living space that is extremely modern and appealing.

"The challenge was to fit in all the desired functions and storage, and at the same time design a studio with an open plan and a view from every part of the apartment," explains architect Anders Rotstein.

The now studio apartment on the top floor of the 1930's building originally had five separate rooms. The interior has clearly been designed to allow as much natural light in as possible and the storage spots have been created seamlessly. The ultra-modern and chic apartment is located at the Kungsholmen area of Stockholm. Stats for Vigorously Open-Planned Homes Trending: Older & Chilly
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