YIT presents three unique model apartments in Jyväskylä’s Housing Fair
This year Housing Fair is held in Jyväskylä’s nature embracing neighborhood called Äijälänranta. YIT’s apartment building, World Pillar, has 13 floors and it is located right on the coast of Päijänne lake. It is no surprise that three fictive characters have found their own place to call home from this unique apartment building.
These three characters are luxury loving and sophisticated Drama Queen , ecofriendly Green Family , and rock n’ roll loving bachelor Dude . Each apartment is decorated by an interior designer Milla Alftan to fit the personalities of the residents.
Drama Queen’s gorgeous 109 m² apartment consists of large walk in wardrobe, two bathrooms and a sizable balcony overlooking the lake. The luxurious atmosphere is built by using soft and shiny tones and high quality products. Take a closer look at this gem here >> .
Green Family on the other hand swears on ecological solutions. This apartment has 91, 5 m², three bedrooms and a roomy living room combined with an open kitchen. Green Family brings nature to their home by using a lot of wooden elements as well as having their own herb garden. Take a look at this green home here >> .
The Dude ends up playing rock n’ roll out loud and no wonder, this 68, 5 m² apartment has awesome hi-fi systems and quality acoustic solutions for support. The decoration is quite rough with a manly attitude.
More pictures of this rock loving apartment here >> .
The Housing Fair is the largest housing and living event in Finland. Every year, for four weeks in July-August, various living solutions and residential areas are showcased at the Housing Fair. The needs of different demographical groups are taken into consideration at the planning stage and a wide range of building, renovation, interior design and landscaping solutions are presented every time.
The Housing Fair in Jyväskylä 2014 is the 45th event of its kind. 98 % of Finland’s adult population knows of the event. You can read more about the Housing Fair here >> .