Fri, Nov 20, 2009
The design is considered as purely real, done in lines, volumes and surfaces of objects. A refutation of this idea is this project of the architects Andrei Shmonkin and Oleg Gorovoi. In this flat, design is immaterial, because all the lines and surfaces relegated to second place, while the main point here is more air and light.
By the architect: “The situation on this project was unique: the apartment owners did not have any requests for the mid-centuryinterior design. When we tried to find out any details, customers told us: we shall live in what you design. So in this project we were guided by the principle should be a little dark, but great – light. Decorative interior concept is reduced to three dimensions – air, light and volume.”
So they create a magnificent apartment with design object – the daylight. And, of course, special emphasis is placed on the windows and the sliding doors that can be opened completely or half. Sofas they specifically picked ingray shades with low backs, so they do not look bulkheads. Generally, they arranged the furniture with striking design, which would bring the attention.