A contemporary villa in Vesenaz.
Looks a little bit naked without curtains!
Carpet from Kasthall
Poufs from Muuto.
Cushions in silk from Mimou
There is nothing better than wall paper to transform a room, Wonderland is a beautiful collection from Boråstapeter
The beautiful rug Birds Nest 100% wool from Kateha.
The interesting collection of cushions are made by the textile designer Simon Key Bertman. Made out of shoe laces in cotton.
The colours in the TV room were inspired from the different hues of yellow in the Pouf from Living Divani.
Lamp from Graypants.
Rug hand knotted in wool and silk from Asplunds
A Complete reformation/restauration of a 1970s studio in Geneva 30sqm.
Bathroom replaced the tub with an italian shower, and made place for a washing mashine.
And it is closed by sliding glass doors to give the space an airy feeling.
Transformation of the second floor in an attached villa from 1980s
The first thing was to use the 1m left to the roof and take away the false ceiling to give the space room to breathe. Secondly to take away the wall that separated the space with a useless corridor. And thirdly give the space a look of 21st century by replacing the old wooden floors by 30 cm large oak flooring.
The back of the Walk in closet was dressed in the “Woods” wallpaper by Cole & Son
I designed a metal stair case for the mezzanine, and the oversized door to give an impact in the big open space.
The bathroom was completely renovated the bathtub was replaced by an italian shower space.
The end wall was tiled with Moroccan contemporary tiles it frames in the whole bathroom, and tubular sinks were chosen to gain space.
Transformation bathroom for 2 teenage girls
A project to transform a 6 square meter space with a window into a children’s bathroom.
The technique of tadelac adds a great texture to the space.
The stair ramp was colored in black and to bring in some texture to the house I decided to put up a sisal fibre green wallpaper on an accent wall.
A Swedish summer house addition
In this Annex to the main house in the country side in Sweden the customer wanted a space for guests but also a space for themselves to use like a “hide away” whenever it would rain or the main house gets too crowdie. The customer wanted a feeling of being outside inside!
The door was custom made in black iron to reflect local old barn windows typical for the region
The gable was given this narrow window opening so the green of the garden could enter into the room.
This is the feeling the narrow window gives from inside.
The floor was painted in a vivid red to contrast with the intense green outside and the black of the door
At the end of the room a bathroom was created, a private space yet open to the room
On the showerwall and the sinktable a maroccan method was used called “tadelac”, here again the redish color is taken up as a contrast to the black slate
On a rainy day you just open the doors with the beautiful view of the garden and relax and yet have the feeling of being a part of the outside