The 120 m2 apartment in Hoang Mai district, Hanoi was renovated by demolishing two bedroom walls to provide more common living space as desired by the homeowner to create a flexible connection between the two. functional area as well as among family members.
Design: Amore Company
Area: 120 m2
The space of this 120 m2 apartment has 3 bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen when handed over to the owner. However, the landlord wanted a spacious, open space that would make it easier to connect with family members and increase the ability to connect other functional areas within the apartment.
Amore’s architects have come up with a one-bedroom solution to increase space for common living space. By demolishing the bedroom walls, the living space, the dining room and the worship area of the family become extremely spacious.
Common living space consists of living room and kitchen-dining area much more spacious after the demolition of a bedroom
The bar separates the living room and the cooking area
Meanwhile, the wood paneling is the partition between the living room and the family room.
When a bedroom has been demolished, the common living space includes a living room, a dining room that is tied together more closely than before. There are, however, some baffles to define functional areas, such as bars or wooden planks. Not to mention, the area devoted to worship space has also increased significantly. The architect also designed the formal, private room for the owner near the living room area.
The interior of this 120 m2 apartment is made of durable oak and has remarkable color fastness. Dark brown oaks help the apartment space shine, elegance and class.
Behind the bar is a kitchen with wood storage cabinets and neatly laid out decorations for a more cozy cooking space than ever before.
As with other functional areas, the bedroom also uses a large portion of oak furniture with neutral colors, floral motifs, and romantic touches.
The bedroom of the host has a brighter color, the texture on the blanket, drap is also more eye-catching, but the center is still the dark brown color of the interior made of oak.
Even the bathroom space of the large bedroom can still catch some oak furniture. This is what impresses the 120 m2 apartment space.
The balcony of this apartment has a long narrow but still not stop the owner’s house.