Fully redesigned by Destilat, this inspiring 1,399 sq ft house is positioned in Vienna, Austria.
Description by Destilat
The “House H+M” venture includes the restoration of a 130m2-condominium in a basic Viennese outdated constructing on the piano nobile of a home that was constructed on the flip of the century. It’s situated on Äußere Mariahilferstrasse in Vienna’s fifteenth district.
For this challenge our shopper was on the lookout for an house with preservable authentic substance that was not altered by typical errors of earlier renovation makes an attempt.
The everyday construction of an condo in an outdated constructing was tailored to satisfy the necessities of a contemporary type of residing. The kitchen was built-in into the dwelling space to make room for a further youngsters’s room that faces the courtyard. Even the previous little toilet was built-in into the newly created kids’s room and have become an alcove for the mattress.
The previous entrance space, which included a toilet and a cloakroom, was remodeled right into a lavish wellness-toilet with a sauna. The wall separating this lavatory from the brand new lobby was eliminated and changed by a curtain, which could be closed if wanted. The lavatory’s partitions in addition to its flooring and washbasin have been smoothed and sealed with a white tile-adhesives, making a homogenous, monolithic and nearly joint-free spatial construction.
The mother and father’ bed room was additionally expanded and upgraded considerably by integrating a small adjoining room the place flooring-to-ceiling curtains now conceal the bed room’s broad, constructed-in closets.
The restoration and uncovering of the residence’s authentic cement tiles within the youngsters’s room and in components of the bed room accentuates these areas in a vibrant means, contrasting the idea’s in any other case primarily easy and brilliant colors.
The furnishings consists of the shopper’s personal designs in addition to items of furnishings from destilat’s portfolio. For instance, destilat’s “4tothefloor” stable wooden desk grew to become the brand new eating desk. destilat’s prototype of the “Camouflage” fibre-cement kitchen was put in in the lounge’s kitchen space.
The lounge and the bed room had been geared up with “Shades of 3D” prototype lamps. The tulle-chandeliers above the eating desk and within the youngsters’s room have been designed by the shopper’s spouse.
Pictures by Monika Nguyen