Work and play combine inside this industrial inspired apartment in Sweden’s Malmö.
Freshly completed by architect Marius Lorentzen, the 73 sqm neo-brutalist bolthole is part of a 54-condominium complex that sits in the Västra Sorgenfri district and draws heavily on the city’s industrial past.
Now on the market with Våningen & Villan for 1,695,000 SEK the live/work space features soaring glass and blasted concrete walls.
A studio space occupies the ground floor of the Malmö property and tumbles out onto the street via glass doors. Meanwhile, a stainless steel staircase spirals up to the open-concept living space above, with lacquered wooden floors and concrete surfaces.
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