The bold Redeveloped Urban Apartment is a delightfully innovative space situated seventeen stories above streets of downtown Ottawa.
The kitchen meshes brilliantly with the rest of the social area – one side of the island features books and decorations instead of the typical pots and pans, making it a part of the living room both visually and functionally.
Sharp porcelain flooring reflects light throughout the entire contemporary apartment, suddenly softened by the fun earth-toned rug of the social area. The Noguchi table is a perfect complement to the beautiful Lamino chair and stool set originally designed by Yngve Ekström. We’re not sure if the sheepskin is custom but we do know it looks fantastic.
We really want to stress the “innovative” part here – the flawless white design may seem standard at first glance, but take a closer look to see the fabulous solutions to the problem of small space and irregular circulation. The shower hides in one elliptical silk column, storage in another, and clothes occupy the third ellipse that doubles as a screen between couch and bed.
Our favorite solution, by far, has to be the elegantly decorated doors that obscure an office desk tucked away in a shallow closet. Did you stumble upon any white interior inspiration from the Redeveloped Urban Apartment?