February 28, 2024

Studiomama has worked on the renovation of a compact London apartment, whose shape-shifting design is inspired by Gerrit Rietveld interiors. The apartment redesign aimed at infusing the basement flat with natural light, while enhancing the functionality of its spaces. 

Designed in 1924, Rietveld’s Schröder House in Utrecht formed the starting point for the project, inspiring studio founders Nina Thulstrup and Jack Mama to look at space-saving solutions for the small apartment. Schröder House (the first house Rietveld ever designed) featured flexible elements, bold use of colour and a seamless transition between indoors and outdoors – all elements that the two designers brought to the new space. 

Inside Studiomama’s latest London apartment renovation

London Apartment by Studiomama inspired by Gerrit Rietveld interiors

(Image credit: Billy Bolton)

Studiomama worked to a brief to reinvent the interiors of a 55 sq m lower ground floor space in north London, transforming it into a two-bedroom apartment where natural light, and fluid use of space and colour are protagonists. 


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