"This is an absolutely gorgeous apartment in a wonderful location within the Jewish quarter of Budapest. The apartment itself is amazing--high ceilings, beautiful fixtures, really luxurious... we felt lucky to have found this wonderful oasis."
We designed a modern 2 bed, 2 bathroom short term lettings apartment, set inside a secessionist building in the Jewish Quarter of Budapest. The client representative insisted on a modern apartment with full amenities including underfloor heating throughout. This led to demolishing the old parquet floor, which was in poor condition. Referencing the old parquet, the new floor was laid in a continuous herringbone pattern throughout the entire flat. The herringbone technique was adapted using two tones to splice between adjoining rooms. This splice acknowledges the boundaries between rooms but encourages a break from this convention and formality. Hidden doors, mirrors, alcove lighting and carefully designed furniture work together to emphasise the continuation from one space into another. The overall effect upon the occupant is a much grander perception of space.
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