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A Residential Project in Switzerland by Stephanie Kasel Interiors

19/11/2018

A Residential Project in Switzerland by Stephanie Kasel Interiors – STEPHANIE KASEL is a passionate swiss interior designer. She’s 41 years old. She’s the proud mother of 2 little girls named Niki and Zoe and married 15 years with her husband Ken. She studied interior architecture in a renowned school in Paris, L’Ecole Bleue. Back in Switzerland, she founded Stephanie Kasel Interiors in 2004.

 


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For Stephanie, key to the success of any project is ensuring that the interiors are an authentic reflection of her client’s requirements and aspirations. Offering a highly personalized and friendly design, Stephanie’s focus is on creating bespoke, considered interiors that encapsulate her clients’ needs and dreams. She places particular importance on practicality and comfort of the spaces.

 

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The mandate was kick off with the agency when the property just got acquired, still on plans, from a local Geneva-based Swiss constructor. The arrangement was initially quite basic in comparison with the owner’s expectations. Indeed, they were looking personalised atmosphere inadequacy with the family’s needs while staying functional. Stephanie Kasel interiors’ team has entirely lead the project from start to finish.

 

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The studio’s expertise allowed to pick the best materials and matching colour scheme to create the perfect twist and uniqueness to the property. To fit the family’s needs, the decision has been to remove the wall in the entrance to create a bespoke double side cabinet offering a decorative touch and further storage.

 

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The studio also moulded a yellow illuminated niche to create a welcoming focal point in the entrance in which you can now find a Stormtrooper statuette.  The statue resides in both the double-sided cabinet located between the entrance and living room as well as in integrating an industrial glass partition just above the writing table. Also, they have installed made to measure joinery and custom cabinetry. The home office installed facing the window, benefits from a large impressive panorama and plenty of natural light.

 

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A custom dressing room, a bespoke bedhead in the master bedroom and the bathroom furniture pieces were designed to fit these particularly tiny spaces. The result is stunning. The team shaped a warm and welcoming living area completely made to measure aligned with our client’s vision.

 


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