KASIA ORWAT have developed the interiors of an apartment, situated in Poznan, Poland.
Black and white – 2 distant poles, 2 excessive opposites. As the 2 zones in which this studio in Poznan is organized – black and white. The coherence of this undertaking would seem to deny the contrast it is based on. But this is not only an aesthetic procedure, the strong distinction is mainly due to the cautiously thought space functionality.
The white region is a residing zone – in which day-to-day routines get area. Functions as kitchen, dining area, residing space, bedroom and perform space flow and interact with every single other in a normal way considering that there are no evident divisions – mobile light-weight multifunctional furnishings and adaptable interior lighting based mostly on busways, ease owner’s lifestyle adapting to its demands.
The black portion of the apartment is the communication and storage region. Colored in absolute black, wall hides the door to the bathroom and really capacious wardrobes.
Varied finishing supplies develop a very fulfilling interior. Resin floor – plain black and white with diverse textures – operates on the exact same principle of contrast. Walls and ceiling are treated with matt ceramic paints and cabinets with high-gloss fronts acting as mirrors, visually enlarge a fairly modest area of 46 m2 that thanks to mobile furnishings – and excluding pointless objects – appears to be considerably greater. A modern room completely suited for a predicting trendwatcher way of life, for people who very carefully observe the phenomena of so-referred to as “contemporary nomadism”.
Posted by Michelle Lesser at 18 April, 2014
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