The project was designed for a young ambitious bachelor. The main point was to resolve the issue with the relaxation area, which was supposed to unite the kitchen with an island, a sofa for 6-8 people, a table in the dining room for 6-10 people. In the end, we have chosen the combination of dark wood, metal details and white surfaces.
The original plan was untenable: the entrance hall was too long and dark, curtained with shelves of 3 sq m each, a small kitchen with combined partitions іефкештп from the edge of the window; three rooms where entrances are designed the way when it's impossible to instal doors with platbands. The bathroom in which there is no space for shower, and a toilet where we planned to place the laundry as well.
As a result of the redevelopment, we unified the kitchen and living room, got two bathrooms, a bedroom with a walk-through dressing room, a guest bedroom and a closet for tech stuff.
The extra white lounge zone contrasts with the mosaic panels on the ceiling and walls, made for emphasizing the status of the main zone in the flat.
The kitchen we leave small as the owner cooks rarely. Therefore, we were not afraid to use massive glossy surfaces and lacquered wooden veneers.
The bedroom should bring joy in the evening, and create a calm atmosphere during the day. White walls are the backdrop for lacquered panels and chrome details, what together with various lightings fill the room with soft light and rainbow glare.
The guest room is designed in neutral tones with an accent on soft panels behind the bed.
Glossy mosaic, in which each element is installed at the right angle, and mounted without grouting, has an unusual effect on people. From the very first look, you want carefully examine it, then touch, trying to study in detail and check whether it will be possible to chip a piece of it.