Triple-D is a Norwegian architecture studio based in Oosterbeek. They design both modern interiors and entire buildings. Lately, they uploaded a visualization of a housing estate with blocks of flats and of an extraordinary house located in the middle of Norwegian nowhere to their facebook profile. Just see their promo - it gives you a basic idea of the current trends in the North.
Today, my proposal is some visualizations of classic interiors in Triple-D's portfolio. The framework for all the designs is provided by the stability of white walls. This background is utilized to emphasize each zone in the apartments' open spaces, most notably made of quality wood, expensive velvet and glossy stone.
There is no room for coincidence in these designs. The distribution of space and furniture is carefully planned beforehand. Thanks to that, one can move freely through considerably structured passages between the large table and impressive sofa.
Monochrome, homogenous surfaces are interrupted by shiny accessories here and there. The light is as opulent as it gets in a country plagued by long, severe winters. Maybe it is precisely weather which invites the reservation and strictness that are so characteristic of northern interior designing.