Modern Interior Design. Tuesday , January 24th , 2017 - 09:04:11 AM
In this project, we applied the principle of parametric architecture again, however, this time the design was more complex and elaborated: there is no space between panels (the viewers won’t care about dust), that’s why the wall looks like a complex monolithic element with intricate curves, some features serve as shelves, and some of them are decorative only. This makes the room look ultramodern, the composition being somewhat compensated by making the bed corner in a light art deco style: a leather quilted bed with a ceiling-high head, soft and warm lighting – all this makes the room cozy and allows admiring the architectonic design ‘from the outside’. Because the architectonic wall is in focus, we decided to use a restrained combination of graphite grey and white.
The public fifth floor rests upon the private fourth floor, and the third floor’s public front versus the private rear. The public functions are delineated by the interplay of planes : the walls and floors, while the private functions are defined by volumes encased by intersecting solid walls.
As for the ceilings, we decided not to do anything about them. That’s why the luminaires are surface-mounted and rotatable. On the one hand, they will lay emphasis on the complex geometry of the wall, on the other hand – they will provide perfect illumination of the room and working area when necessary