We completed the interior of the apartment in the residential complex “Piers”, Minsk region.
The customers are a very pleasant couple, who have been on the same wavelength with us throughout the work. They, like us, are meticulous about details, attentive to the elaboration of knots, which is why it was a real pleasure to work.
We thought the same way with them, so the design went in the same breath. All textures of materials, trends were coordinated on a daily basis.
I wanted to create a minimalistic interior without unnecessary details and bright accents.
We continued the game of architecture with the interior, which is why everything turned out very harmoniously and rich in laconic details. We took bright, pastel and saturated colors out of the equation, which is why the design became built around shapes, balance, compositions. It was more difficult than usual, but thanks to the deep study of every detail, the monochrome interior looks cozy, contrasting, expressive, you can catch a zen in it. The lines in the interior, although strict, are quite smooth at different angles, sometimes the surrounding components look different in different life scenarios.
Thanks to the large windows in the apartment, a kind of installation is created of reflections, glare, which work through the space on their own.
Emphasizes and slightly stands out the brass shade of the lamp above the dining area, as well as the pouffe in the hallway, which not only has a warm tone, but also a round shape.
The apartment has a kitchen-living-dining area, a laconic bedroom, a shower room, a bathroom, a wardrobe, an entrance hall, a balcony, a loggia, a terrace.
We made the bedroom in gray tones, with a slight warm tint, the interior looks neat and comfortable, and thanks to the work on the composition, the room is pleasing to the eye due to its proportionality.
The bathroom continues the game of monochrome, making the treatments even more relaxing, and the brain is not burdened by visual noise or bright colors.