The building in Stockholm, in which this apartment is located, was built back in 1881 and for a long time was considered the oldest gymnasium in all of Sweden. But a fire in the early 2000s destroyed almost all of the historic interiors, after which the building fell into disrepair for several years. And now, recently, local architects and developers have breathed new life into this remarkable architectural monument, having remade the house into a complex of unique residential apartments. High ceilings and open floor plans allowed creating loft-style homes, and this apartment is one of those. The interior space is decorated in a minimalistic Scandinavian style and in a restrained monotonous color scheme with warm accents, while the bedroom was equipped on the mezzanine floor. Great modern design!
See also: Cool loft in Krakow