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It may seem easy to create a contemporary space within a beautiful, historic shell. Just toss in the required areas and hope for the best. If only it was this simple. The redevelopment of this 130m² apartment within an old Viennese building saw the architects reassess the space, changing layouts ever so slightly, defining ideas, distilling the design. Refining and re-invigorating.

"The careful restoration of the apartment’s substance that is worthy of preservation goes hand in hand with the integration of modern elements, thus creating an exciting dialogue between the Old and the New."

Apartment H+M by the aptly named Austrian architectural and design firm destilat.

Reader Comments (4)

plain beige rugs never looked so cutting edge and beautiful. and the yellow tulle on the pendant. ooh yeah.

5 Aug 2016 | Unregistered Commenterelise

Dem bones!!

5 Aug 2016 | Unregistered CommenterJared Hayden

such interesting space use/solutions. I wish I could see a plan so I could figure out

5 Aug 2016 | Unregistered CommenterMelanie

I'm making my apartament now and I had so good ideias with this post, I will tell my architect. Thank you for share!

15 Dec 2016 | Unregistered CommenterMarlene Patchwork

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