The metal gray slide adds an unexpected element of fun into the modern apartment as well as a quick way to zip down from the landing area of the second floor to the downstairs living room. To soften the slide’s industrial appearance, the designers added a tall vertical garden directly opposite of the slide. Other natural materials, such as wooden surfaces and white-painted brick, also help give the apartment its cozy appearance. The warm tones are balanced by black and cool gray accents that match the slide.
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The communal areas, including the kitchen, dining room, and living room, are located on the lower level. Large windows let in ample natural light that reflect off white-painted surfaces. A set of floating stairs leads up to the second floor, where the entrance of the slide, home office, two bedrooms, and a bathroom are located. A hexagonal theme can be found throughout the house, and is used as the shape of the mirrors, bathroom tiles, and kitchen backsplash tile.
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