The stylistic line of this interior design project continues that of the Confession House residential architecture project. Thus, it borrowed the calmness and transparency of modern lines. Large premises gave us the opportunity to mix textures, materials and colours. The minimalist and laconic shapes have been mixed with classic motifs to provide comfort and visual balance.
The open space of the living room is an inviting premise. The panoramic windows and the generous height conditioned an airy, but also complex arrangement. The feeling of warmth and naturalness was given by the parquet with a slight hue of warmth, which was integrated throughout the entire area, giving up at this level the conventional delimitation of the premises by different finishing materials. However, the lack of partition walls conditioned the zoning through other finishing materials. The kitchen is clearly marked by minimalist furniture, being highlighted by a neutral shade of grey. Physically, its division is delimited by the island.
In addition to the traditional table with chairs, the living room is also highlighted by a massive lighting fixture. Being on the same side line with the living room at the level of the wall visually it coincides with the cupboard that extends to the ceiling. At the floor level, the border of the dining area is delimited by a carpet.
This is where the living room begins. Due to the large surface we were able to use here several elements, so as to eliminate any hint of empty space. The arrangement of the fireplace conditioned the visual division of the wall. Thus, here we have on the one side wooden plywood with metal inserts and on the other – the noble surface of natural stone slabs. The latter has become a motif that unites the kitchen, the dining room and the living room.
As accents we have used a bright green colour, which can be found on the upholstery of the chairs and golden elements of décor.
Simplicity and balance are also found in other premises. The bedrooms are dominated by pastel colours and much light. We took care to give each of them distinctive features characteristic of their users. As in the entire house, in these rooms the large windows let the sun bathe the premises in the light. At the same time, we created scenographic lighting schemes that guarantee psychological comfort and the pleasure of using the premise.