Transforming a Living- Dining area into a Music Studio

Our Youtube Star Mattias Krantz bought a new house for (all) his Pianos and YouTube-videomaking, and requested help for the redesign of his Living/ Dining area. The challenge was to turn this regular Living/ Dining area into a rather professional music studio, with a demand for soundproofing and light-dimming, while featuring an elegant, minimalistic Interior Design style as a background for professional Youtube videos.

m39- Living Room view

The house´s existing condition has several tones of warm beige tones whether in the Floor´s tile texture, the Kitchen´s wood panels and tiles, and the doors and ceiling´s wooden texture´. That shall be the underlying base for any proposed redecorating of the space.

To answer the demand for Soundproofing requirement; the Design proposal features Decorative Slat Wood Panels (Akupanel WoodUPP), EQ Acoustic Tiles, and other Furniture and decorating items that have good sound-absorbing quality. While for maximum elimination of unwanted daylight_ as required for Videomaking_, two layers of Floor-to-ceiling Curtains were used at both glazed facades of the room, to insure a total dim-out of the interior even at midday

The client wished for several options for the Accent colour (for the Sofa and art decorations), our options ranged from Off-White, Indigo Blue and Grey. Different Mood boards were created, our favourite one featured the Indigo Blue as Accent colour

m39- Indigo Glam Moodboard

The biggest benefit of Realistic 3D renderings is the ability to compare different materials, colours or Layouts, before making any changes in reality

And finally, a Shopping List was created for the client with images to every new item of the Design Proposal, with link to where it is available for purchasing

Track lights make a comeback

You probably remember them from Home decor magazines of the 80s, Track Lights were excessively used in that era both commercially and in residential interiors. Now they make a strong comeback being used as a reference for contemporary, modern design.

With their practicality, elegance, and soft distribution of light across longer distances using only one electrical box like regular lighting fixtures use, they gain more audience.

Basically, they can be used to illuminate a certain wall or feature in your room, giving it a “Museum effect” to highlight it. Moreover, they can be used to distribute general illumination, simply depending on the requirements of your space.

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Renovation Project in Trélex, Switzerland

Recently, Motif №39 finished a renovation project in Trélex, Switzerland. Redesigning the central core of a 3 story villa originally built in 1820, and turned it into a separate residential unit spanning 3 floors. The concept was originally made by Architect Florian Alberti, but Motif №39 was responsible for the Interior Design and 3D visualization. One of the major challenges was the fact that the project had very few windows_ and no possibility to make new openings due to sensitive Historical-Classification of the villa_, so a decision was made to maximize the existing openings (mostly exterior doors), use transparent indoor-partitions and increase the usage of mirrors where it was effective.

 

Homestyling of a Living room

Motif №39`s latest projects, redesigning a Livingroom in the attic ; the client wished a modern, Scandinavian design for their livingroom.
The design was inspired by earthy toned details, balanced by black and white contrasting forms and patterns.

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Apartment Renovation in Stockholm

A medium-sized 66 sq.m. apartment was the location for this new project of Motif №39. The design proposal was inspired by the client´s personal collection of Gösta Adrian-Nilsson´s art, as the conceptual idea was to travel back in time to the epoch when the artist was active, borrow certain interior design expressions from that time and reuse them in a new, modern appeal. The result was a mixture of Mid-Century Modern and Scandinavian Style, with focus on classic design, neutral/ earth-toned palettes and relaxed feeling.

Minimalistic Living Room

Minimalistic Living Room Dream

One of Motif №39´s latest projects was designing the interior of a living room in a modern minimalistic, Scandinavian style using a monochrome palette of different tones of dark red, accentuated by neutral colours. The furniture options were simple, modern and of neat designs, with possibility for having both a lounge seating zone and a dining table for 3 people in one corner.

A medium sized living room with many potentials!

Minimalistic Living Room

House in Tuscany

House in Tuscany

Known for its breathtaking landscape, artistic legacy and influence on high art and culture since the Renaissance period, the Tuscany region in central Italy is the location where one of Motif №39 ‘s current projects is taking place.

The project is a residential building for the owner of a historic B&B hotel, and will be located in the client’s charming Olive Trees’ estate and adjacent to the 17th century B&B hotel site.

We did both architectural and interior design services in this project. See more info here.

Lodge in Lithuania

Touristic Lodge in Lithuania

In a beautiful and serene natural environment, our client required a minimalistic touristic compound. Inspired by nature´s elements, neutral earthly colours, and Scandinavian design, the Compound included different residential units and a separate Spa/ Sauna unit, that all adhere to possible needs of its visitors with minimum impact on area and natural surroundings. Interior Design and 3D visuals by Motif №39.

Apartment Renovation in London

In a traditional central neighbourhood in London, a complete renovation of a floor plan was required by our client. The result layout was an open plan of a Kitchen and dining area, office closed space, lounge area and wc/ service space. The renovation plan and 3D visuals were fully designed by Motif №39, in accordance with client´s instructions.