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Elegant Interaction
9/27/2010

Penthouse H is located atop a new building in Stuttgart. As such the interior designers at RaiserLopes were able to take the layout and structural design of the living space into consideration early on and, if necessary, to redesign it. By way of example, it proved possible to install a large sliding window system by Sky-Frame, which extends across the entire of the room, affords a view of the greenery of the surrounding fields and woods, and lets sunlight into the apartment throughout the day.

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Panoramic view. Facade system by Sky-Frame, pale gray seamless cement flooring by Pandomo. Penthouse in Stuttgart. All photos © Frank Kleinbach, RaiserLopes
Panoramic view. Facade system by Sky-Frame, pale gray seamless cement flooring by Pandomo. Penthouse in Stuttgart. All photos © Frank Kleinbach, RaiserLopes
Designed by the architects, the kitchen unit itself was manufactured by Bulthaup.
The lowboards define the room and are equipped with dimmable surface lighting.
Connection of flooring and wall with hidden light sources
Wall cladding: Marmor, type marone
The kitchen block stands symmetrically in the middle of the room, the surface of the satined, greenish, hardened glass lending it a simple, homogenous look.
A circular above the kitchen block allows light in, emphasizing the two-dimensional and central thrust of the room.
The dark, monolithic character of the cabinet systems contrasts with the delicate texture of the cabinets’ Alpi relief veneer finish.
Three monolithic cabinet systems separate the hall area from the living room.
Switches by Lithoss
Colored concrete sink unit in the bathroom. Design RaiserLopes, execution villa rocca, Freiburg.

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