Design-Duo Dyer-Smith Frey envisioned a trendy penthouse situated on the highest flooring of Hard Turm Park within the upcoming West of Zurich. This beautiful maisonette-loft (having a complete floor of one hundred twenty sq. meters) combines aesthetic effortlessness, elegant design and nice proportions. Based on a basic penthouse format, the designers used totally different woods, brass and new customized made furnishings from their very own DSF COLLECTION. Dyer-Smith Frey has created a extremely detailed and lightweight-flooded idea for an extravagant dwelling expertise.
A golden flooring results in the condo with its impressively giant window entrance, overlooking Limmat Valley. The petrol blue entrance space merges into the dwelling and eating room with its panoramic view and memorable proportions. A clear design-language, mild and delicate sand tones, supplies similar to oak and brass and customized- made walnut furnishings form the inside. The beneficiant dwelling area is accomplished by a loggia with a patterned concrete flooring and colourful lounge furnishings from the DSF assortment. Bright quartz stone and oblique lighting techniques have been used to create a small however stylish kitchen from “Varenna” combining trendy know-how and heat magnificence.
An association of Tom Dixon’s giant brass ball lamps emphasizes the adjoining eating space with a beneficiant desk from the DSF COLLECTION and black upholstered chairs from “Poliform”. The rhomb is an important and recurring design component within the work of Dyer-Smith Frey. As a sample on a spacious, turquoise blue wall it’s linking each condo flooring and results in the mezzanine bed room and toilet. A giant glass facade within the bed room space makes a powerful visible impression. Taupe-Grey partitions, darkish curtains and a mattress with a variable, built-in bookcase manufactured from walnut present nice ease – a window lounge with implausible views invitations to loosen up. The whole penthouse house at Hard Turm Park has oak parquet flooring by “Bauwerk”. Easy to make use of by sensible telephone, the clever lighting system from “DigitalSTROM” generates totally different room atmospheres. Photos and knowledge offered by way of e-mail by Dyer-Smith Frey