House and Cottage

Fashion house at an angle

Australian architects created the interior, inWhich can not only live, but also develop culturally. Art objects are not counted here, one stair is worth it! Just a gallery of modern art, not a house How to turn a butter factory building into a residential gallery of contemporary art? It's very simple - to stock up on white paint and carry away the idea of ​​several architects with a rich imagination. Specialists from Adrian Amore Architects are perfect. Just look what they did in the WesternMelbourne! Powerful geometric shapes could inspire sacred horror if not for the white background, in the absence of bright accents, minimalist furniture would bore boredom, and the sophistication of ideas would seem too "synthetic" if the authors neglected natural materials. Create a masterpiece is not so easy, although it is hisThe structure is very simple. On the ground floor, decorated in black and white with single bright accents, there are public areas, on the second floor there are bedrooms. And between them - the main idea of ​​this sculptural composition: a ladder. Thanks to the play of light and shadow, as well as the mentionedWhite color creates the illusion of the constant movement of twisted forms in space. Massiveness and lightness, sculpture and functionality, style and beauty - that's all the secrets of this interior. It's simple! Editorial opinion:“We don’t have any drawings of this project for you. But there is one idea for everyone striving for a stylish and structurally simple interior. The idea has two parts. The first is the palette, it should be simple: black and white, gray and blue, etc. The second part is more difficult, these are accents - textured, bright, unusual objects can have a wide variety of purposes: a light green saucepan, a red armchair, a mirror in a gold frame or a bright poster will work perfectly surrounded by minimalistic, strictly functional furniture. Just follow the direct proportion of the number of accents and the size of the room - the smaller the room, the less detail. tureforma.org

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