Flat in Geneva

Freaks Architects refurbished a little flat defined by two equal stripes along the flat’s length, one devoted to living space while the other is gathering all equipments, both totally white.

Flat in Geneva
The commission to Freaks was to manage in a 35 sqm flat in downtown Geneva the largest living space possible within a pretty tricky and constraining existing setting.
The concept is very clear and simple, and defines two equal stripes along the flat’s length, one half is devoted to living space while the other half is gathering all equipments (bed/kitchen/toilets/bathroom/closet) in a row.
Flat in Geneva
Freaks Architects, Flat in Geneva, Swiss

All walls, ceiling, doors have been painted white, while the existing wooden floor received a dark blue resin.

The separations between the bedroom and the kitchen as well as towards the bathroom are made in transparent glass to catch as much natural light as possible.

All woodwork have been realized in white face filmed plywood. The sconces are designed by Charlotte Perriand and the ceiling light has been designed especially for the project by Dutch architect and designer Mathijs Cremers.

Flat in Geneva, Switzerland
Program: refurbishment
Architects: Freaks Architects
Area: 35 sqm
Completion: 2014

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