If you ever speculated how art and works can donate to the project of a contemporary apartment, here is a live example. Apartment F5 was particularly intended by Fleitz Group Identity Architects to house the extensive art collection and hundreds of books belonging to an older couple living in Stuttgart, Germany. The result is elegant and visually intriguing- a youthful space, enhanced by color and creativity.
The main hallway is decorated with floor-to-ceiling bookcases separated by flush-mounted doors, which give away the feel of mobile through a museum gallery or genuine library. According to the architects’ description, “sliding doors made from dark wood hide the entrances to the living and dining area. In the other rooms the display of art works alternates between strictly defined areas, such as on the sliding walls in the study or above the seating corner in the living area, and a playfully free formation”. Shades of beige and green ensure a sober tone, an elegant base for all the “knowledge” this home possesses.