Bruno Spaas Architectuur has designed the interiors of the WKA Penthouse in Antwerp, Belgium.
Situated on the top floor of a tower building by Diener & Diener Architects and interiorly designed by Bruno Spaas Architectuur, the 350 square metre penthouse was conceived with a labyrinthine floor plan and no dead ends.
Upon entering the main door, one is met with immediate panoramic views over the city of Antwerp.
Distortion-free tempered mirrors and high-glossy painted surfaces are recurrent in the apartment which play with the sense of space and reflection.
Verticality has been used as an overall aesthetic theme in the detailing and features of the made-to-measure furniture.