This “pied-à-terre” project in Brussels for a furniture collector’s studio is a true testament to the power of design. With no initial bedroom, the project aimed to create a warm and cozy space that would make the perfect retreat for the busy collector. The team’s solution was to create a new “wall” of wooden interior carpentry, which not only provided the much-needed sleeping area but also incorporated other essential functions such as storage and a bathroom. The attention to detail is evident in the choice of textures and colors, which all contribute to the warm and inviting atmosphere of the space. The use of warm wooden tones and soft, comfortable fabrics creates a feeling of relaxation and calmness, making it the perfect place to unwind after a long day. To ensure that every element of the space was perfect, most of the pieces used in the studio were sourced specifically for the project. The team’s commitment to detail extended beyond just sourcing furniture. They diligently hunted for vintage faucets to add the perfect finishing touch to the project. With a keen eye and a dedication to the project’s overall aesthetic, the team restored the faucets to their former glory, breathing new life into these timeless pieces. This process not only showcases the team’s expertise and attention to detail but also adds a personal touch to the space, making it truly one of a kind. Each piece tells a unique story, adding to the studio’s overall narrative and making it feel like a truly personal space for the furniture collector. This project is a remarkable example of the seamless integration between architectural vision and furniture curation. The carefully crafted wooden interior carpentry serves not only as a functional wall but also as a design element that complements the warmth and coziness of the “cabin” bed. Every piece of furniture has been thoughtfully selected or crafted to match the architecture’s aesthetic, creating a harmonious and cohesive space that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. The result is a true testament to the power of collaboration between architecture and interior design, showcasing the remarkable synergy that can be achieved when both are in perfect harmony.