has designed one of the most unusual apartments that we have ever had the pleasure of covering. Located in Thessaloniki, Greece, it has a neutral contemporary interior design laid out at most unexpected angles.
The floating effect that comes from the glass water-facing walls, gives the busy design a pause and sense of serenity the residents can enjoy from their living room.
Cleverly planned and executed, the apartment plan is like no other. Its unique layout is punctuated by creative angular furniture and lighting.
The bedroom looks like a room within a room, providing the owners with a sense of privacy and calm strengthened by the soft glow of ambient lighting. It also boasts clever storage that accommodates the hosts’ wardrobes.
Adjoined living/dining/kitchen area is spacious enough to appear contemporarily minimal but, at the same time, there is a lot going on design-wise. A tiny bath seems rather tight but thanks to its clever, efficient layout, it looks more interesting than crammed.
Although the glass walls overlook the busy street, the floating effect is still strong. Just take a step back and concentrate your gaze on the water.