“Like a beach house (or an old-fashioned split-level), Ramp House has an inverted floor plan, with bedrooms and bathrooms on the bottom floor, living areas, and a rooftop deck.”
An interesting use of light in space. While I feel the floors a a little cold it allows for furnishings that have a warm touch.
Danish practice Norm Architects used a palette of dark and warm materials combined with minimal tube lighting to create an “intimate and cosy atmosphere” at this wine bar and restaurant in Copenhagen.
But look at what the photographer did. He made it….intriguing, No?
The loghtingingnforgives what the walls do not. And a busy cafe with music. Would you look at the walls ? Me thinks not. You’ll remember the chairs and those table settings though.
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