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Rural Apartment by Normless

Situated in Thessaloniki, Greece, this contemporary 2,000 sq ft apartment was designed in 2017 by Normless.

Description by Normless
The core idea behind the concept development for this project was the application of countryside house principles into an apartment space, for a family of six. Therefore, the design proposal includes multiple small and functional private spaces for each family member and focuses on elaborate and spacious living areas around the house that encourage common domestic activities. The house consists of an open entrance, dining and living room area, a kitchen, two bedrooms for the four children, an ensuite master bedroom, three bathrooms and an attic. The ample use of Kourasanit natural filler coating creates a prevailing sense of a monolithic housing structure while offering the flexibility of an almost sculptural treatment of the material in a variety of interior applications. The architects employed a muted colour palette to create a cozy environment, experimenting with different textures on the walls and ceiling. In between the living and dining room an enclosed space separated with metal framed glass doors, is used as a home office. The kitchen counter and cupboards were also coated with Kourasanit filler on a neutral grey palette allowing the black metal and wooden details to stand out. An elongated terrazzo table with extra storage space serves as an everyday dining area. A unified flooring texture spreading from the...
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