Today we take a look at a sober yet very luxurious and cosy penthouse in Tessenderlo. The interior and architectural firm Simoni-Jennen was responsible for the entire interior design and chose only the best partners for the finish. Think of names such as Robi Interior, Hullebusch, Colemont...
Since the first of January this year, the forces of Vittorio Simoni and Robbie Jennen have been joined together and the architectural office Simoni-Jennen was born. An eye for detail and the perfect balance of materials create timeless interiors that exude sobriety, luxury and elegance. Their common thread? Interiors must have a certain rhythm but there must also be sufficient resting points, they design everything according to the theory: 'the situation is the bearer of the solution.' As always, it is also essential for Simoni-Jennen to take into account the vision and ambition of the owners, which was certainly the case here in Tessenderlo as well. For the realisation of this project, the architects also joined forces with some of the most interesting names in the Belgian design world. The magnificent penthouse overwhelms you with its open, cosy spaces, but also with the bespoke joinery by Modo Interiors and the wonderful dark parquet floor by Ebony and Co which is implemented throughout the apartment. Domotics were implemented thanks to partner EBC. Kreon provided the atmospheric lighting and Simoni-Jennen collaborated with Robi Interior for furniture, decoration and art. Other partners were De Roos for curtains and Dirkx for the industrial metal door were also chosen. Last but not least Colemont provides the trump card for the living space: a cosy gas fire.
Every detail contributes to the whole, with simplicity being the keyword.
The open-plan kitchen is also a pleasure to sit in. It offers a large worktop, quality appliances from Miele and the ideal aperitif spot at the kitchen island with unique bar stools from the Belgian brand Wildspirit. It also gives you access to the terrace so that in the summer you can open the large windows to turn the large roof terrace into an extension of the apartment. The view is simply added to it. The sleek bathroom together with the double washbasin and walk-in shower ensure that you wake up with pleasure. For this project, it was important to opt for simplicity, avoiding contrasts, many different materials and bustle. Thus, the dark parquet floor is shown to full advantage thanks to the marble of Hullebusch. The interior architects also chose to imitate the colour of the parquet as closely as possible for the other cupboards, such as those in the kitchen. Every detail was discussed in detail so that it fitted in with the whole and simplicity was the central theme. A magnificent result!
Photography by Cafeine