Marmori on ollut sisustajien suosiossa jo useamman vuoden ajan, eikä suotta. Sen kaunis, elävä pinta ja hienostuneet sävyt ovat viehättäneet meitä jo vuosisatojen ajan. Nyt marmorin rinnalle on noussut todellinen haastaja: terrazzo eli mosaiikkibetoni – ei ihan eilen keksitty materiaali sekään!
A bright and stylish apartment with 2 bedrooms. A storage room in a basement and a parking space in a closed courtyard are included in the sales price.
Founded in 1913, the street was the original name Romanov prospectus and was changed in 1923 for Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwaldi street. Building 10/12 was Estonian Telephone central stashion, the architect Karl Burman. On 2004 building was designed and renovated to the apartments. Because the building itself is very distinctive, especially the needs of the apartment building. The resulting different sized apartments in the project was held at the beginning of a very special caution in the living quarters, which are suitable only for very sophisticated people. Dictated by the height of the floors, and the rhythm is indeed unique, and presented as a constraint on continuous spaces parsing a lot of challenges. Kreutzwaldi street fronts affects the smooth white facade rather modestly. The second and third floor of the high windows formed on the screen can be accessed from the street by the greater impact of coming where it becomes a sort of closing the street dominant. Facade acts ultimately still quite cold, especially living in a neighboring house facade side. Courtyard side of the house is something else. There is clearly revealed in the house unique characteristic high floor, which was the right of local housing is a key selling argument. Balcony rails merge into a metal cage covered with clean concrete surfaces. All apartments has four meter high ceilings. These dimensions offer interesting possibilities for interior designers. High ceilings and large windows make the room very bright with plenty of light.