The apartment is on the last floor of residential unit in a gated compound with grand vista over the capital. The owner has acquired the unit in a rough state. For the new interior design most of the existing installations needed to be reworked and most of the brickwork be gutted. The design is themed and loosely based on the Vienna secession movement. Decorative items are embellished and designing with the aesthetic of Gustav Klimt. Some of the artist patterns are used throughout the apartment and are combined with Arabic motives. Bespoke contemporary furniture is combined with period pieces. The dining table is especially designed to fit the aesthetic of Klimt ‘painting. It is entirely a one-off piece custom designed and manufactured in Bulgaria.
Several artists have been commissioned to produce paintings for the apartment. The focus of the design within apartment in once again the kitchen/ dining area. The kitchen island fulfills a multiple task, it divides the space, provides comfort in cooking and entertaining while on second read being also used as wine-rack, the wine bottle are still on display but elegantly hidden underneath the work top.