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This stylish attic duplex reflecting light in each room can be found on Norrbackagatan, a picturesque street in Stockholm, Sweden. Covering a total surface 1,260 sq ft and spread on two levels, the stylish Scandinavian apartment invites for up close exploration. Furniture and white walls visually take over the space, vie with in tone only by red-brown flooring and silver kitchen items. In relation to the information revealed by Tradition, the ground floor of this loft assist the kitchen, one bedroom (another can be found upstairs), dining area, bathroom, and a attractive secluded home office.
The most striking design theme of this duplex is, of course, the glass floor above the main entryway hallway, which widen the space and optimizes natural lighting. When you go up the seemingly afloat stairway in glass and solid wood, you reach a comfy lounge space for leisure. The bedroom on the 2nd level is a V-shaped interior enclosed by glass and be abundant in natural light. We enjoy this place stays true to its color palette and style from one end of the apartment to the other, making the transformation between interiors harmonious and smooth. How would you comment on the layout of the project in Stockholm?