Andreas Martin-LöfArkitekter将斯德哥尔摩老技术学院的前制药学院(Old Technical College)改造成光线充足的公寓，空间拥有历史悠久的装饰细节。瑞典建筑师Gustaf Dahl于1896年设计了这座被列入遗产名录的建筑，现在改名为Lyceum，包含39套宽敞的公寓，内部装饰呼应了它过去作为实验室的生活。
Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter has transformed the former Pharmaceutical Institute at the Old Technical College in Stockholm into light-filled apartments that feature historic decor details.Designed by Swedish architect Gustaf Dahl in 1896, the heritage listed building has been renamed Lyceum and now contains 39 spacious flats with interiors that nod to its past life as a laboratory.
Each of Lyceum’s apartments contains two single bedrooms and bathrooms, along with a master bedroom and office.These encircle an open-plan living and dining area at the heart of the flat, which feature grand four-metre-high barrel ceilings.Dressed with sheer, floor-to-ceiling curtains, these ensure the spaces are bright and filled with natural light.
墙壁上原先用作书架的壁龛也得到了修复，并用深色木架和写字台进行了改装。这种木制的细节继续贯穿整个Lyceum，旨在唤起旧实验室和曾经装满它们的木制家具。这在厨房中最为突出，由Pierre Jeanneret设计的木凳和一个巨大的早餐吧占据了中心位置，旁边的存储柜类似于用于科学实验的通风柜。在其他地方，还使用了柔和而华丽的材料。Andreas Martin-LöfArkitekter的设计以建筑现有的美学为蓝本，该建筑有一个灰白色的外立面和漆黑的入口门。
Original niches in the walls that were previously host to bookshelves have also been restored and refitted with dark wooden shelving and writing desks.This wooden detailing continues to run throughout Lyceum, with the intention of evoking the old laboratories and wooden furniture that once filled them.This is most prominent in the kitchen, where wooden stools designed by Pierre Jeanneret and a giant breakfast bar take centre stage, alongside storage units that resemble fume cupboards used for scientific experiments.Elsewhere, the apartments are all complete with a muted yet opulent material palette that Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter modelled on the existing aesthetic of the building, which has an off-white facade and inky-black entrance door.
设计公司：Andreas Martin-Lof Arkitekter