|area||80 sq. m|
|client||Apartment owner is a young guy with a dynamic rhythm of life, who is thirsty for exclusive design and maximum practicality.|
|objective||Makhno Workshop's task was not just to design a beautiful interior, but to remain within a strict budget limits.|
THE STORY AND THE SOLUTION
“Minimum means with maximum expression”. Exactly this concept was used in creating an interior for a bachelor.
A uniform space was formed uniting two rooms, a hallway, and a kitchen into one living space. Light and dark tones were disbursed thorough the space like the taoist symbol of Yin Yang. The wall, next to the casted iron fireplace, was intruded with toned oak boards, while from the opposite side light pastel tones descended down to the floor.
Roof slopes take over a large part of this space (3-4 m). However, this drawback was actively used in the interior design. Firstly, change in the ceiling levels links with the geometry of broken lines in Magis chairs by Constantine Grchika.
Secondly, these ceiling changes help to zone out spaces in the living room and in the bedroom.
Quiet, modest, urban interior is softened with elements of art. Near TV zone located a collection of old prints, the rest of the space is decorated with Sergey Makhno’s paintings.
- REALIZATION 6 months