Designing private rooms is the supreme discipline of interior design!
With a lot of passion and a lot of individuality in the interests of our customers, we transform living spaces into living spaces. At the beginning of all things there is conversation. First of all, we listen carefully to the wishes and ideas our customers have of living in their private rooms. From this, the first ideas develop as a source of impetus for a tailor-made living concept. The goal is as simple as it is important: to create a living space in which people live. A place of well-being that is an oasis of relaxation and retreat, a meeting point for friends and Family educates and where design and functionality complement each other wonderfully.
Art Nouveau villa on the Alster
Classic, elegant, timeless - these are the attributes that should be retained for a change of scenery after 25 years. In addition to a finely tuned lighting concept and a clever technical solution, the main focus was on maintaining the sophisticated character. A makeover with an exclusivity effect and harmonious aesthetics, as we find.
Apartment studio in Winterhude
The most beautiful design as an intelligent room solution - more is simply not possible. The classic among storage spaces is the one under the stairs. If it is used and disguised as optimally as in this apartment, you will want to find even more clever living ideas such as the table extension that can be removed from the sideboard on the wall if necessary.
Both are equally valued in this apartment. Because temporary living should feel like a home - with decorative and functional style elements that welcome long-term guests at the end of the day in four beautiful walls. This shows that good taste and low budget complement each other perfectly in order to express the urban lifestyle of the pulsating Hanseatic city.
Semi-detached house in Schnelsen
Just a change of scenery would not have been enough to create a home with high living quality. Colors, materials and functional living ideas ensure an all-round renewal here. The highlight? The sliding door in the teenager's sleeping area, which doubles as a projector wall for the home theater.
Art Nouveau apartment in Eimsbüttel
We have transformed an Art Nouveau apartment from the 1900 century in Hamburg-Eimsbüttel in need of renovation into a modern home. With the selection of light, material and color, a harmonious overall picture was created. With a ceiling height of 3m, the apartment appears large and bright. All rooms have the typical Eimsbüttel cassette doors with fluted glass insert and are framed with stucco on the ceiling. The dark, narrow beech parquet and old floor tiles were uniformly replaced by a light, wide oak parquet.
Interior architecture Hamburg
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