This Greek apartment by Normless Architecture Studio and Workspace borrows trends from Scandinavian design in its low-key modernism. For instance, black geometric patterns pop up in a collection of hip furniture and artwork throughout the 500-square-foot apartment.
On one side, a sectional sofa and muted artwork naturally delineate a living room in the open apartment. This comfy space has modern touches, like matching geometric coffee tables and a smooth stone wall with cut outs for shelving, a TV, and a fireplace.
The light wood dining has a simple design, drawing attention instead to its paper lantern chandeliers. The light pink and white cylinders give the space an ethereal feel. The black square-paneled window behind the table also grabs your attention. It opens up to the apartment’s minimalist kitchen and breakfast nook.
The design team echoed this style in the sliding door separating the master bedroom from its modern bathroom. In addition, this space has effortlessly cool geometric light fixtures.
Across the hall, the design team completed a nursery that stands out with soft pastels and a playful mural painted by a Greek artist. (Photography by George Sfakianakis and courtesy of Normless Architecture Studio and Workspace)