Massimo Buster Minale, founder of Buster + Punch, recently transformed his personal property in the Stockholm suburbs into an urban-style loft. Minale originally intended to demolish the house and start over, but ended up opting for some renovation and restructuring to create his desired family home.
The house features a wealth of bespoke designs from the London studio that hark back to its industrial roots, including a car workshop and the brand’s signature LED Buster lights. Minale chose a monochromatic color palette inspired by traditional Swedish interiors to tie a piece of local heritage together. The home’s industrial edge permeates the space with an open steel beam construction and metal stairs. In true Buster + Punch style, one of the standout features of the home is an auto glass car garage that can be viewed from the inside. There are three purpose-built motorcycles in Minale’s garage. This is the first product that inspired him to start Buster + Punch.
The kitchen has an expansive island with plenty of storage space designed by Minale and the Buster + Punch team. Textured new and vintage furniture pieces balance the industrial flair, including a worn first-edition Eames lounge chair that originally belonged to Terminal’s father. In one of the bathrooms, Minale repainted and installed a vintage bathtub against a wood countertop and marble backdrop, while the other takes a more traditional approach to bathing.