Note Design Studio draws on Swedish Grace style for Habitat 100 apartment

Local firm Note Design Studio has overhauled a 1920s flat in Stockholm, adding sound-absorbing marble floors, mouldings informed by the eaves of the building and custom-made furniture.

The studio renovated the apartment, which is located in a building designed by architecture studio Höög & Morssing in the early 1920s, to create an interior that “might pass for the original”, it said.

The original interior of the apartment informed the renovation

The studio made significant changes to the floor plan for its renovation of the 350-square-metre Habitat 100 apartment.

“The biggest changes were made to the practical spaces and the reception rooms,” Note Design Studio architect Jesper Mellgren told Dezeen. “The

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