The notion of luxury has long ago lost its classic meaning through which it expresses opulence, acquiring as its main characteristic good aesthetic taste and balance. These are the features that perfectly fit this interior design project, thought to be modern and comfortable.
The ground floor is spacious and welcoming, being marked by concise geometric shapes. The floor covered with ceramic tiles offers the feeling of durability and the glass structures so much present inside offer the space ephemerality – an aesthetic antithesis that ultimately creates a distinct atmosphere. These two elements were accompanied by upholstered furniture in warm hues and golden geometric elements that are found in the furniture – the necessary shadows of luxury for a noble interior.
The panoramic windows gave the space a lot of light, and a possibility for us to create a planning that would combine comfort and the feeling of freedom. We kept the kitchen, the dining room and the living room in an open space, resorting to tricks of dividing the space that would not contradict the general idea of ephemerality. Thus, the space intended for the kitchen acquired privacy through sliding glass doors, and in the living room appeared a panel that isolates an intimate place intended for the library from the rest of the living area.
The generosity of the space continues in the bedrooms, where, in addition to the space for sleeping there have been arranged spaces for recreation. Dominated by pastel colours, they offer comfort and calm so necessary for these rooms. Similarly to the rest of the house, as stylistic leitmotifs we have used the classic frames on the walls and lighting fixtures that also have become decorative elements. An atmosphere full of noble luxury.
Suraface: 390 m2
Location: Chisinau, Republic of Moldova
Brands: Minotti,Poliform, Flos, Delta Light, Florim, LUXXU, Quasar
Team: Alexandrin Buraga, Marco Ballerini, Alina Bodisteanu, Sergiu Tanasiev
Interior Design Concept: AB + Partners