The owners of the house expressed three goals: open the kitchen to make it more convivial, create something around the central triangular structure in the entrance hall in order to give it a function and have more storage space. We chose to optimize the interior design of the house by removing walls and creating an open space, and at the same time redefining the function of each space. We rebuilt the staircase with bespoke cupboards underneath and used the three structural pilars situated between the entrance hall and the living room to make it a central asset by building a bookcase on the entrance hall side and small niches on the kitchen side.
The result is a central structure making the link between and enhancing each space: the entrance hall, the living room and the open kitchen/dining room. In terms of decoration, we chose a contemporary design and colours of scandinavian inspiration.