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Expansive Belgrade Duplex Penthouse Sizzles With Sophistication

Most contemporary interiors that we stumble across tend to be clad in cool, neutral tones and stay away from darker backdrops that require both care and precision. But this posh penthouse in Belgrade takes on the more sober shades and uses the blacks, stoic greys and browns to craft an exceptionally urbane space. The stylish apartment designed by Aleksandar Savikin reminds us of a great nugget of lighting wisdom that says, “Make the dark room darker”. While that might sound preposterous to some, the idea is to give the interior a deep, intense and glamorous appeal using the apt artificial lighting. This Serbian penthouse does exactly that!

Spacious living room in grey and white

Spread across two luxurious levels, the apartment welcomes you with a relaxed living area, a spacious dining room and a contemporary kitchen with a bar on the lower level. The smart use of space under the staircase allows you to work on your laptop while sipping on a martini right next to the elegant bar area. Ascend the stairs and you enter the second level that features the master suite, kids’ bedroom and the expansive terrace. An entrance wardrobe, a winter garden with kitchenette and a mini library with beautiful decor complete this floor.

Lighting and furnishings play a pivotal role in truly defining this trendy penthouse. One can easily notice the timeless charm of the Eames decor in both the living room and the library. The generous terrace featuring unabated views of the Serbian capital is the icing on the cake!

Stylish coffee table and a plush rug anchor the space

Iconic Eames Bird sits next to the wall-mounted TV

Elegant side table for the living room

Oversized floor lamp next to the couch

Dining room with innovative lighting

Modern bar stools for the compact kitchen counter

Staircase leading to the second level of the penthouse

Wooden staircase with a glass railing

Twin guest chairs make for a cozy conversation nook

Decor inspiraons from Charles and Ray Eames dominate the penthouse

The work is marked by the excellent cooperation with the client, who is invested in the concept of an open space. Special attention in the design of the apartment is dedicated to getting as many zones in a common area as possible where one may spend free time.

Minimal, modern bedroom in dark hues

Bathroom that uses the black and white color scheme

Playing with various textures in the bathroom

Glass shower enclosure laced in wood

Brick wall motiff runs throughout the duplex penthouse

Corridor leading to the kitchen

Beautiful lighting adds glamour to the Belgrade penthouse

Comfortable outdoor furniture on the terrace

Large Belgrade Penthouse Terrace at Night

Sherry Nothingam
Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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