This unique interior project was sent to us by the designers at House Design, a Taiwan-based interior design firm. The idea was that this space could be somewhat of a hero’s retreat for the apartment’s owner who wanted to have his own fortress where he could relax after a long day at work. The results are a bit industrial, but still comfortable with all the details that a superhero might need.
At 90 square meters, the apartment isn’t large but careful arrangement makes it seem plenty spacious.
A massive leather chesterfield has the comfortable luxury befitting of Tony Stark.
Hidden behind folding glass doors is a spacious work space decorated with the homeowner’s prized Marvel memorabilia.
Custom rebar shelving is industrial but not harsh.
The cement wall finishing was a special request from the homeowner.
A glowing hulk fist punches through the shelves back wall for a playful shoutout to the green hero.
Cool tones are certainly a theme, but pops of color in the comic memorabilia and light fixtures brighten things up without turning cartoonish.
With plenty of natural light and a clever use of a trunk for a coffee table, the apartment is a bit whimsical but still grown up.
The open kitchen is the perfect size for one person.
The bedroom itself is almost like its own secret lair, also featuring luggage-inspired shelves and a Rubik’s Cube bedside table.
The elevated office space is an extra stylish touch.
The designer’s took inspiration from an airplane for the unique dining area.
The travel theme carries through the end table trunk as well.
Spotlight lighting gives the room a little more cinematic drama.
This gorgeous leather chair is certainly worth a spotlight of its own.
Simple wood cabinetry offers enough stylish space for an expansive wardrobe.
The metal countertop even has a single wheel, bringing the travel theme to full effect.
The art in the “airplane window” frame can easily be swapped out for another view.
Photography: Hey! Cheese.