Geometric Residence is an elegant residence created by Lidija Dragisic in 2013.
It is situated Ljubljana, Slovenia and covers an location of one,076 square feet.
Geometric Residence by Lidija Dragisic:
“The apartment is positioned in the heart of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is divided into living spot (consisting of a massive residing area with kitchen and dining space) and much more intimate / sleeping location (2 sleeping rooms and a review area). In between these 2 spaces there is a support component supplying 2 modern bathrooms and a single utility.
When the consumer approached us, this apartment was vacant and ruined. In order to deliver it back to existence, the renovation was totally necessary. The adaptation did not make any considerable adjustments to the floor prepare, apart from some bathroom enhancements, windows & door replacements, new flooring and electrical installations.
The interior furnishing layout is straightforward, with style-scheme combining basic materials and all-natural colors: oak, white furnishings and some detail accents in black. This approach allowed the residents the freedom of performing any additional decorations (ar2rk, colored cushions, carpets, accessories etc.) without disrupting the total style-statement.
The furnishings along the walls is in a neutral white and developed in a geometrical pattern, which magnifies the flat’s ambience. Several very carefully chosen accents are wood, which create a pleasant and cozy atmosphere. The furnishings is custom and unique – for example, a massive 3.5 m (11.5 ft) extended wooden table in the middle of the dining location or a massive pantry with parquet-finish, which brings the living and private spaces together. The marriage of white and oak is implemented in the master bedroom as effectively (master-bed and a geometrically-shaped wall closet over). The huge curtains all through the apartment achieve additional intimacy, softness and consistency (they are also in a neutral black & white blend). The bathrooms are easy and without any needless decorations, which enables the gorgeous concrete-like tiles to stand out. These spaces are visually enhanced with the clever use of constructed-in mirrored walls.
Our aim was to adapt this interior to the versatile, ever modifying demands of the present day consumer. Aside from the functionality, we needed to create numerous distinct lighting situations and environments. This is achieved by combining standard lighting with the indirect led lighting, which are hidden in the furniture elements. The ceiling in the bedroom adorned with a crystal chandelier, which (along with the other vintage equipment) provides this residence a special soul.”Floor Prepare
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