Area: 64 sq. m.
Ceiling height: 3 m
Number of rooms: 2
The general concept of this interior design can be described in a few words: it’s minimalist, light and modern. Wall cladding is arranged uniformly in all of the rooms: 3 walls are coated with a monochrome paint and the 4th is papered with textured wallpaper featuring a designer print. In the lounge it’s a wavy pattern by Luigi Colani, and in the bedroom it’s also German graphite gray wallpaper by Dieter Langer.
The flooring is represented by 3 types of materials: parquet boards of natural oak color in the bedroom and lounge, soft shaggy carpeting in the loggia and white ceramic granite tiles with a travertine texture in the bathrooms, kitchen, hallway and closet. The ceiling in the lounge, bedroom and bathrooms is textile stretch.
The space is organized in a way, which makes the apartment seem roomier. In the hallway the sense of room extension is reached by means of 2 full-length mirrors hanging symmetrically from the doorway. With space-saving in mind the working area was arranged in the loggia, and a sleeping place for guests and relatives is envisaged in the open concept living room.
A wall-to-wall wardrobe, a mini-dressing table and 2 bedside tables for the bedroom were custom-made at a private factory. A minimalist desk and book shelves for the loggia office area were also manufactured there.
Diffused nighttime lighting is also available: 10 LED-lamps can be switched on from 2 spots of the lodgings. For the sake of cleaning convenience the entire bathroom furniture is suspended. An acrylic wash basin base unit conceals a roomy cabinet and a washing machine.