The styles for interior design are truly endless. Modern, industrial, minimalist, Scandinavian – the list goes on and on. This issue, we explore three apartments with differing interiors but all equally inspiring. One breaks all the rules, one features a plethora of symmetry and embellishment and one has a contemporary style that is current, modern and constantly evolving.

The first stop on our interior scheme tour takes us to the edge of Stuttgart’s city centre, where we find a new apartment which stretches over two floors with an unusual tapering floorplan that resembles a slice of cake. The 290m² have been transformed into a vibrant cabinet of curiosities, filled with mementos and inspirational pieces, which the owners have collected or sourced on their travels. Discover this eclectic interior on page 36.

On page 88, Inex travels to Knightsbridge to take a look at a luxury contemporary penthouse located on a prestigious square. The design was achieved through the refurbishment and integration of two separate Grade II Listed apartments for the personal use of a British property developer.

Finally, discover a 6000ft² residence located in one of San Francisco’s most sought-after buildings, that has been totally gutted and remodelled in a Neoclassical style. Uncover this opulent interior on page 108.

I hope you enjoy this edition. Don’t forget, you can also access all of Inex’s features and product inspiration at your fingertips via the magazine’s state-of-the-art app. To download your version free of charge, simply search ‘Inex-online’ on the App Store or Google play.

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