With this gallery we aim to share the discreet, luxurious charm of the Apartment S project, designed by Ippolito Fleitz Group.
As an experienced interior architect firm, Ippolito Fleitz Group have designed an atelier (workshop) apartment in an exclusive complex situated in one of Stuttgart, Germany’s prime residential areas.
The homeowner is an international graphic designer, who intends to use this apartment as her new base for both professional and private life.
The interior is designed to be an emotional, personal, and feminine living space, yet creating room for a clear and focused working environment.
The kitchen was placed at the very center of the apartment to perfectly suit the client, who is herself a keen cook and cookbook designer.
As you’ll see in these images, the mixture of subtly emotive elements and sleekly modern design has resulted in a bespoke, purposeful, and comfortable space.
The open flow of the rooms allow for dynamic views. Contemporary conveniences ensure that the home is state of the art in only the ways that matter.
We begin in a hall lined with book shelving. This low wall divides the space, leading toward a living room area at the far end.
Entering the central open design space, we see this standout piece of furniture, a large chaise lounge tucked into an upholstered cove. Intricate, small-plank hardwood flooring is seen below.
Taking a wider look at the chaise cove in the corner of this large room, we see the dark wood table in the foreground and hallway beyond pillars in background.
Turning around, we see the living room as part of the large central space comprising the kitchen and dining areas of the home. Rich hardwood shelving and flooring spread everywhere.
The muted, serious tones of the room are contrasted with light pink dividing wall and color coded book shelving at right. The colorful, but spare ceiling details can be clearly enjoyed here.
The kitchen itself is wrapped in glass at the center of this space. A lengthy minimalist cupboard and shelving set at left displays art pieces.
Light toned countertops and hardware add contrast to the cabinetry in the kitchen.
Stainless steel appliances, discreet embedded ceiling lighting, and the glass divider add a touch of the ultra-modern to this space.
Minimalist hardware mounts and an angular, deep sink share the sleek utilitarian look.
Here’s a view down the length of the open room, with the under-lit shelving at left seen clearly, above a series of sleek, hardware-free drawers.
This high contrast, subtly textured bedroom features a bed with hidden storage beneath and built-in shelving above. Button tufted leather headboard in white wraps around the entire wall.
Moving down the other hall, we come to the primary bedroom, greeted by a trio of art pieces.
The walls share the dark pink hue in this space, while the bed appears in muted grey tone, contrasting with the natural hardwood floors.
A wall-length low wooden shelf flanks the bed, while the sculptures stand next to the low divide overlooking the hall.
The small attached bathroom houses a metal frame vanity and large frameless mirrors.
Primary bath pops in bright orange and purple tones. Here is the floating dark wood vanity holding a large rectangular vessel sink.
The bath is designed with text etched into the wall, below a bold purple ceiling.
A rainfall shower head is built directly into the ceiling.
Here’s a close-up view of the color coded book shelving seen in the opening hallway.
This parting shot of the building exterior showcases the sleek modern look of the structure.
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