Östermalm Apartment Features Plenty of Natural Light and Bright Open Spaces
Dec 12, 2011 14:14
Near the Karlaplan open park-plaza area in Östermalm, Stockholm is this open-space apartment summed up to 126 square meters.
Its entrance is made from limestone flooring, and its kitchen and dining
zone share a stylish semi-open space with white stained floors
accommodating 10-12 guests. The exposed white painted beams adorn the
ceiling 3.40 m high up to the ridge, while the skylights, glass walls
and windows overlooking the rooftop lets natural light pervade the
This Östermalm Apartment seen on Per Jansson has an elevator that takes
you directly down to your own garage. The secluded South-facing terrace
completes the floor plan and invites inhabitants to enjoy moments of
contemplation while enjoying views of the surrounding rooftops.
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