The other day I showed you the daybed designed by Martensen and Bazar Noir, after several collaborations between the architecture and design studio Martensen from Hamburg and the Berlin based Gallery-Store Bazar Noir the two teamed up to create a holistic living experience. On the Northern coast of Germany in a small picturesque village, situated between nature reserve Geltinger Birk and the iconic lighthouse of Falsthöft they build ‘Baltique Noir’ an impressive building.
Floor to ceiling windows offer a view of sheep grazing in front of the property and the baltic sea and the nearby danish south coast. Baltique Noir: “The design of the interior underlines the serene mood of the scenery. The color palette reflects both the strong architecture and its natural surroundings with a mix of natural tones and black accents . The choice of material ranges from raw linen and wool, to delicate walnut and brass surfaces, to bold objects made of marble and metal creating a cosy yet subtly luxurious atmosphere. Bended steel tubes reoccur throughout the entire space and add to the overall sleek and graphic expression, contrasted by hand-made pottery and art objects created especially for this unique curation”