Susan D. Robinson Interior Design December 15th 2018, 14:46:12
Johnson Chou a Toronto-based studio is designing an interior for a penthouse located in Candy factory Lofts, Canada. This is the first project on re-use place on the penthouse. The owner of this house love to travel so much, so he requested to Johnson Chou to put the nature sight in his place. Therefore, we can see the wooden material is dominating the interior design of this penthouse. The 2,700 square roots loft penthouse here has two floors with the amazing height of the roof in the first floor of this loft.
We begin with the public area in this first floor. You can see the wooden materials in the furniture for the kitchen, living room, dining room and study room. The dark wood is mostly used in this area. The unique tree like or like a cage design for the stairs connected the first floor with the second story. The spiral stairs here use a really dark colored to reminisce the nature colors that loved by the owner.
The unique interior design that you can see is in the study room. The furniture in front of the desk is suited with the owner style to have a couple of twin ivory there. Completed with the dark hardwood on book shelves and the desk, this study room is completely the nature that the owner asked. Added with the beige carpet that is in the same color with the ground makes this room more unite with the nature.
The master bedroom of this house is completely different with the design down stair. Located in the second floor of the loft, the bedroom use domination of white to give more wide view and peaceful design. This bright room is in one space with the bathroom. What makes this room close to nature is the pattern on the bedroom. Check out this design picture to find out more about this design.