Design-Duo Dyer-Smith Frey envisioned a stylish penthouse located on the top floor of Hard Turm Park in the upcoming West of Zurich. This exquisite maisonette-loft (having a total surface of 120 square meters) combines aesthetic effortlessness, elegant design and great proportions. Based on a classic penthouse layout, the designers used different woods, brass and new custom made furniture from their own DSF COLLECTION. Dyer-Smith Frey has created a highly detailed and light-flooded concept for an extravagant living experience.
A golden floor leads to the apartment with its impressively large window front, overlooking Limmat Valley. The petrol blue entrance area merges into the living and dining room with its panoramic view and remarkable proportions. A clear design-language, light and subtle sand tones, materials such as oak and brass and custom- made walnut furniture shape the interior. The generous living space is completed by a loggia with a patterned concrete floor and colorful lounge furniture from the DSF collection. Bright quartz stone and indirect lighting systems have been used to create a small but classy kitchen from “Varenna” combining modern technology and warm elegance.
An arrangement of Tom Dixon’s large brass ball lamps emphasizes the adjoining dining area with a generous table from the DSF COLLECTION and black upholstered chairs from “Poliform”. The rhomb is a very important and recurring design element in the work of Dyer-Smith Frey. As a pattern on a spacious, turquoise blue wall it is linking both apartment floors and leads to the mezzanine bedroom and bathroom. A large glass facade in the bedroom area makes an impressive visual impact. Taupe-Grey walls, dark curtains and a bed with a variable, integrated bookcase made of walnut provide pleasant ease – a window lounge with fantastic views invites to relax. The entire penthouse apartment at Hard Turm Park has oak parquet flooring by “Bauwerk”. Easy to use by smart phone, the intelligent lighting system from “DigitalSTROM” generates different room atmospheres. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Dyer-Smith Frey]