In the heart of Stockholm, Grand Mosebacke is a unique residential project where classic architecture meets and dialogues with modern design, comfort and the quality of exclusive furnishings and materials. The common denominator shared by all 45 units, which include two penthouses, is Italian design by Arclinea for the kitchens, closets and vanities.
One of the interior design solutions with parallel accessorised walls that open onto the spacious living area. The straight kitchen has Gamma doors in Fenix NTM® bromo, top and back panel in unpolished Carrara marble, built-in 3000K LED lighting profile and black accessory rail; tall units with Beta door and vertical handle in the same finish as the door. On the opposite wall, tall units in the same finish.
The identical materials, finishes and design concept are also used in these two units: a double-height room and a solution with compact kitchen-diner. Both layouts feature kitchen areas adjacent to light-filled living areas.
One of the bathrooms: minimal, cosy and bright with suspended base units featuring Beta door in cinnamon wood melamine, tops and side panels in Laminam, and washbasins in Solid Surface. Also shown, the laundry unit, in the same finishes, with vertical black Beta handle.
The multipurpose kitchens in the penthouses are spacious and open, with facing walls and an island for socialising in the middle. The main players here are Principia door in fumé oak, worktop in Carrara marble, accessorised back panel with bronze PVD profile and wall units with black frames and Stopsol glass doors. The island has side panels and snack back panel in bronze PVD and behind it is the home bar, fitted out with glass-fronted cabinet, wine storage unit and central work area.
One of the penthouses, its wall abutting the majestic gabled façade of the Grand Mosebacke: built in 1881, it has now been renovated following the strictest technical specifications while respecting its characteristic original architecture.
Grand Mosebacke, Östgötagatan 25, Stockholm
Developer: Medvind AB
Architect: Andreas Martin-Löf