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Apartment OG – Space for a Woman / Open AD

Apartment OG - Space for a Woman Open AD

Designer: Open AD
Project: Apartment OG
Project Team: Zane Tetere- Sulce, Rita Laudere, Dins Vecans, Ieva Makena
Location: Jurmala, Latvia
Year: 2015
Area: 190m2
Photo: Maris Lapins

Apartment OG is a private dwelling in Jurmala, Latvia, designed by Open AD studio.

Project description: Space for a woman who appreciates the importance of quality and details. The dominant materials include textured and smooth wooden panels and stone. The purity of line is ensured by ergonomic and installed furnishings, with storage areas hidden in the depths of the walls.

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The bedroom – boudoir is hidden from the eyes of uninvited guests by a secret door that is installed in the wood panelling. Refined selection of the interior design objects.

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