Spaces: Sandhamnsgatan 57, Stockholm, Sweden

. Sunday, October 31, 2010

An incredible space with fine blend of contemporary and classic mid-century modernism. Crisp white walls and satin black floors set the stage for works by Poul Kjaerholm, Charles and Ray Eames, Vico Magistretti, and Hans Wegner. Antique gilt mirrors and frames nicely add a touch of glamour to the home, reminiscent of the Holm-Becker residence, also in Denmark.

From the photographic portfolio of Charlie Bennet. Via Charlie Bennet's facebook.


SQUARE1 said...

It's a really nice space. It's in the former customs office in Stockholm, which was converted inteo apartments by a firm called oscar properties.

Right now they're working o a skyscraper with Herzog & DeMeuron

It's a great area - most of it was built in the 30's as Sweden's first modernist area.

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