The main idea behind the project was to create a vivid and interesting design with a neutral timeless base and unusual details. The chief medium was the colour that was used to highlight accents and nuance. All the tones come together in harmony.
The leitmotif of the design and its architectural peculiarity is the use of translucent glass tiles as partitions. They erase the borders between the rooms and provide volume and ethereality to the space. Textile partitions, mirror panels and hidden doors add to this idea.
To liven up the interior and push for a dynamicity the designers used various geometric shapes, playing with colours and materials to add to the initial layout of the rooms. Herringbone flooring sets the rhythm and brings everything together.
Coswick oak Vanilla Herringbone flooring was used in the project.
Decorator: Yuliya Mamedova
Photography by Yegor Pyaskovski
Artist: Lana Leto
More about the project in “Ostanovka” Magazine