forwardView The Photograph Gallery
Inside designers James Dyer-Smith and Gian Frey, of Dyer-Smith Frey, acquired the free reign to design the very best flooring penthouse inside the Arduous Turm Park developing in West Zurich and create an costly loft. The penthouse fills 100 twenty sq. meters (1291 sq. ft) of space and the designer duo makes use of a mix of woods, blues, and brass to make a warmth, cohesive, delicate-crammed space.
The pair launched in custom-made made furnishings from their very personal Penthouse line from their DSF COLLECTION that’s made with symmetrical crisscrossed patterns, made up of the rhomb type, giving the gadgets, and room, a great deal of texture.
The rhomb reveals up as soon as extra on the wall essential up the steps making a daring focus and a connection between the two flooring.
A assortment of Tom Dixon’s big brass ball lamps hangs down from the second flooring above the consuming desk (from the DSF COLLECTION). The black chairs are from Poliform.
A mezzanine houses the spacious mattress room and bathroom.
The rhomb pattern continues nevertheless in a smaller mannequin and this time with taupe-grey as a result of the background color.
A patterned concrete flooring was utilized within the lounge, making it nearly look like an enormous area rug. Extra gadgets from the DSF COLLECTION have been used.
Blue partitions and golden flooring cowl the entryway that leads associates to the open dwelling and consuming room.
Photographs by Nico Schaerer.