Copyright The Design Chaser 2012. Powered by Blogger.

Search Bar

Social Media

Text Space


Concrete, Wood and Sculptural Forms in a Striking Stockholm Residence


Today I'm sharing a unique Stockholm residence, Projekt Brommabyn, by Swedish real estate developer Urban Properties. Designed by Architects Arrhov Frick, the concrete flooring, warm wood elements and textural walls provide a tactile yet discreet backdrop for bold furniture, lighting and sculptural pieces. An understated layering of textiles including cosy rugs and sheer curtains soften the spaces, while furniture with rounded forms and textured finishes add to the effortless feel and inviting atmosphere. 

The recently listed home which has since sold, (lucky new owners!), has been styled with a covetable mix of design classics, including mid-century pieces in a palette of darker woods. I particularly love the Pacha lounge chair by Pierre Paulin and Gräshoppa floor lamp designed by Greta Grossman, both by Gubi. The coffee table and daybed are by Niklas Runesson, and the stunning Morel Vase by Sofia Tufvasson. Paired with monochrome accents and dark blue seating, the living room below is elegant yet striking. The curved Italian vintage sofa, vintage Italian armchair and Sculptural Swedish root wood bowl are from Sjostrom Antik. The solid walnut Model A Stool is designed by Charles and Ray Eames, produced by Vitra, and the two Area floor lamps are designed by Mario Bellini and Giorgio Origlia for Artemide Lighting. The Murano glass chandelier is designed by Aldo Nason for Mazzega, the super soft wool carpet is from Knut Carpets, and the black ceramic sculpture is by the Mallorca-based, French ceramicist Stanislas Carrelet. 

The adjacent open-plan kitchen and dining area is flooded with natural light from the large feature window. Pale wood cabinetry further enhances the light and airy feel. 

A few more photos of the living areas to finish because I can't get enough of the furniture and lighting curation! If you'd like to find out more, be sure to check out the credits at the end of the post.

Styling and Interior Curation by Erik Bratsberg  of  The Moment Gallery / Photography by Adam Helbaoui

Images via Fastighetsbrian

Pin ThisShare on Tumblr


Post a Comment


T.D.C© Theme by Blog Milk