Simple, refined and personal apartment in Gothenburg

, , , By Catherine Lazure-Guinard

This apartment in Gothenburg was built in 1929 and designed by John Jarlén, a prominent Swedish architect at the time. Several original elements were preserved, such as the herringbone parquet floor, cast iron radiators and limestone window ledges. The place has a lovely, cozy atmosphere, and I like the mix of flea market finds and design pieces. The overall look is simple, but refined, unique and personal. Beautiful, right?

Photos: Jonas Berg via Stadshem

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1 Comment

  1. 17 Mar 2015 / 8:19 am

    This is definitely one my favorite “nordinc design” apartments – the palette is so simple, but the mix of textures and shades and the addition of metallics just makes it… well, awesome :-)

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