Architect Andreas Martin-Löf resides in one of the stunning Stockholm residences developed with Oscar Properties. The Lyceum developments are the result of an incredible transformation of the historical university buildings into modern and exclusive homes. Andreas’ work and home is featured in My Residence (the international bookazine by Residence magazine), and interestingly, he has become known not only for transforming culturally and historically valuable buildings in Stockholm for the high end market, but also for renewing the quality of Stockholm’s low-cost housing that is so essential in large cities. Here’s a look inside his beautiful home.
Specially designed in laboratory green, the kitchen is by Swedish cabinet-makers Kvänum. Stools in teak and iron are by Pierre Jeanneret and the pedestal is by Matti Carlson, custom-designed for Martin-Löf’s home. The 1950s style sofa in the living room has been upholstered in specially made fabric by Astrid Textiles, while the armchairs and Kangaroo chairs in teak and rattan are also by Pierre Jeanneret. The table is Travertine and the lamps in this room and the dining area are designed by Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter, as part of their Objects Collection.