This apartment in Chicago, which features wood and steel volumes slotted within an exposed concrete structure, was designed by local firm Vladimir Radutny Architects to create a spacious home for a couple.
The various inserts also act as transition zones, from first entering and through to a kitchen, and hide ancillary functions. Laundry and mechanicals, for example, are also integrated within these volumes.
Other updates include a new staircase design, with concrete steps on the bottom and slender wood boards that lead higher up the wall. The upper-level functions as a sleeping loft for visitors, as well as the couple’s workspace.
This Is A Living Room Zone Done With Bright Contemproary Furniture, A Suspended Fireplace And A Black Cube For Storage And Space Division
Minimalist Staircase And A Wooden Platform
Minimalist Home Office Design
Here You Can See A Comfy Contemporary Sofa
The Kitchen Is Done With Sleek White Cabinets, Pipes And Brick Elements That Are Extended To The Living Room
Bed And A Large Storage Unit Plus Lots Of Light Colored Wood
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