A flat-gallery for two with Scandinavian leather furn.
Who could turn an historical flat into a cultural habitat if not a couple of artists?
Built in 1965, the main features of the Scandinavian architecture of the time were preserved and ended up inspiring the choice of furniture and decoration, made by Åsa Copparstad.
In the living room, for example, a leather sofa similar to a Chesterfield was combined with a plush rug and Panton lamps. In the same environment, a chair that mixes leather and metal displays the modernist forms of that time.
The original windows have been kept, and the walls are obviously covered in artwork. The perfect lighting for a gallery atmosphere at home.
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