The floors in kitchen and hallway were executed as light dry construction on the wooden beam ceilings, whereas the hollow brick stone ceilings in the entry area and bathroom permitted for a more heavy-duty floor structure.
Thus, a crucial aspect during planning was the selection of flooring depending on static options: chestnut parquet for kitchen and hallway, ground concrete for the entry and bathroom. From the covered loggia on the first floor, one enters the apartment, where ground concrete, chestnut wood and the color white dominate the first impression. The hallway leads into the kitchen. Day light flushes the corridor all the way to the wardrobe, thanks to an enlarged opening. A kitchen island with a polished quartzite countertop and details of chestnut wood is positioned parallel to the corridor. A tiled stove with a wooden drawer closes off the kitchen in the back. Across from it, we find a seating corner with a dining table and a corner bench. On the other side of the room the sink unit, and kitchen appliances find their place in a room-high kitchen unit which on the backside harbors a pantry. Apart from the chestnut wood, the ground concrete, and the various accents and surfaces of the color white, there are individual elements in varying shades of turquoise that add a fresh sparkle to the space in the form of chair- and table legs, corner bench, furniture fronts, plinth bases as well as tiles.