Loft-style apartment by photographer and film-maker

Aarhus, Midtjylland, Denmark

An original three-level apartment in the city of Aarhus, which is the second largest city in Denmark. Danish photographer and director Erik Zappon grew up in a house that dates back to 1907, and at the age of 14 he moved into a small room in the attic. Later, after starting a family and becoming a father, he converted the entire attic on the 4th floor building into a modern, comfortable attic-studio-loft with all the amenities, with well-planned functional areas, without unnecessary partitions. There are only three doors in the entire apartment - for two bathrooms and for the bedroom. A separate staircase leads to the bedroom on the second level of the attic. In the interior design, the traditional Danish Scandinavian style is masterfully combined with iconic elements characteristic of the loft style.

After purchasing and remodeling the rooms on the third floor, they were combined into one large, bright office space with a meeting table, library and modern kitchen. Design and implementation of interior design Tegnestuen Vibeke Brinck (Hellerup, Denmark)

 Photos  ©  Erik Zappon


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