Interior architect Arjaan de Feyter took pleasure in stripping the unconventional space back to its industrial roots; exposing the concrete floors, concrete plaster walls and brick structure. This set a precedence for raw integrity and the decision to focus on the tactility of each material. All of the concrete walls are treated in a neutral mineral paint while hand-pigmented dark silver makes a sensuous appearance as bespoke kitchen cabinetry and bedroom wardrobes. Crowning the open-plan kitchen, the titanium kitchen bench top retains all of the intricate details it first formed with, fusing seamlessly with the brass fittings.
Stepping into Arjaan de Feyter’s silo conversion is a leap into a muted, sculptural paradise. This home proves it’s no longer hip to be square, but far more edgy to take the rounded path.
This piece originally appeared in est magazine issue 29. Read the entire magazine online here.