The interior design of the house had a distinct starting point based on the client's preference for a monochrome color palette and furniture integrated into the walls. The ground floor features uniform light gray floor tiles, with the kitchen and multimedia element designed as a gray wall cladding system that offers flexibility to open, move, hide, or reveal different functional parts. The outer part of this element is executed in gray, while the inside is finished with black veneer wood. The kitchen island also incorporates black veneer with copper handles that are repeated throughout the ground floor.
Service spaces along the hallway are concealed behind white structured wall cladding, integrating hidden doors. The centerpiece of the living space is the central fireplace, accompanied by a sculptural heated bench that extends into the first three stairs of the staircase. The bathrooms align with the house's reserved aesthetic, incorporating black accents. The overall aesthetic of the house is minimalistic and sleek, yet with spatial organization and dynamic details that evoke a sense of invitation and tranquility.
Services we provided
- — Conceptual design & spatial organization
- — Execution Planning & Material Definition
- — Execution control and supervision
- — Katarina Hostar (Architecture)