The white wool carpet decorates the living room. It is a unique item designed by the wife specifically for this apartment. It shows a map of Budapest, with the different districts rendered with different wool-lengths. In the middle, the river crossing the city, the Danube, is in blue. On it is a little red dot: marking the location of the flat itself. It's name is: Budapest. You are here.)
The kitchen surrounds the chimney like a peninsula. The cupboards under the stairs hold kitchen appliances and storage space. (Washing machine, wine cooler, microwave.) Every electrical device was chosen to minimise the consumption of electricity. For the same reason, we used LED lights everywhere.
The kitchen counter and the stairs are made of Corian. The stairs were designed by us, as well as the kitchen and the furniture, which were made to size by a carpenter. The doors were similarly fabricated.
The dining room hosts a Leolux table, surrounded by Kartell chairs like the petals of a flower.
The arched windows were a given, but previously they had many small panes with dividers breaking up the view. We had special window panes made here, supported top and bottom by anchors, thus there are no dividing lines to draw the eye away from the beautiful park seen through them. It is rare that a loft apartment has a view on a park, but due to the hill it is the case here. There's no need for curtains!
The 'floating' bed and curved cabinet in the bedroom on the bottom floor were drawn up by us, too. The red radiator brings dynamism and energy to the attached white bathroom. The giant mirror enlarges the space.