Chromatic Spaces / Ippolito Fleitz Group

Stuttgart, Germany-based design studio Ippolito Fleitz Group has designed a show apartment in Shanghai’s CEG Schwarzwald residential development that incorporates vibrant colours, fluid shapes, and an intriguing use of space that feels on-trend and yet totally fresh.

Dubbed Chromatic Spaces, the project reimagines a 250-square-metre loft-like home perched high above the city with floor-to-ceiling windows in the open-plan living room framing stunning views of the city — and the surrounding 20,000 trees — as far as the eyes can see — via Curbed

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