House and Cottage

Project of the Week: dull example of a country house in the style of minimalism

Can minimalism be interesting?Can a black and white interior be light and airy? Our new project of the week proves that anything is possible! The project of the week this time we chose the work of the studio "Group of Rooms", which managed to create a light and airy space. And this house is also very interesting to consider (and living in it must be even more interesting), which can be safely called a rare feature for minimalism. Kirill Konstantinov, architect His childhood passion for drawing buildings and cities contributed to his choice of the profession of an architect. In 2007 he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of KNUSA (Master's degree). Since 2013 - an architect at the "Group of Rooms" studio. Nelly Prodan, architect Dreamed of becoming an interior designer from the first class. In 2011 she graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of KNUSA (Master's degree). Since 2013 - an architect at the "Group of Rooms" studio. The clients of this project are breathing unevenly towards chalet and minimalism. The authors of the project decided to focus on the latter. There were only 2 requirements for the design of the house: it had to become as functional and lightweight as possible. With space, the authors of the project were especially lucky. The layout was good initially, so the subsequent changes were minimal. In the house there is an open space, a good arrangement of rooms. One can not help but note another of his virtues - the presence of a second light. As for the interior palette, customerspreferred a combination of white, beige and dark brown colors. Therefore, the project used the texture of dark oak, white for the walls, gray for tiles and furniture elements. The color scheme was dictated by the choice of more delicate lighting. For general lighting, the architects used built-in Grid D In Trimless 2 QR (Delta Light) lamps, and above the living area, in order to emphasize the height of the room (here it reaches 6.3 m), they hung a composition of large Floral lamps-balls (David Trubridge). which cast very beautiful shadows. The central element of the interior composition of the house was a vertical three-side fireplace. Being in a two-space space, he simultaneously separates, and collects it. Furniture composition in the hall, shelves near the fireplaceIn the living room and in the bedroom, a library on the 2nd floor is planned to be made to order from Ukrainian producers, according to the author's sketches. The kitchen will be bought ready, but its manufacturer has not been selected yet. The living room has a Minotti sofa, B&B armchairsItalia, table Cattelan Italia. The dining table and chairs (including bar chairs) in the dining room are made by Cattelan Italia. This brand attracted the attention of the authors of the project using simple and at the same time sophisticated forms and materials. For the bedroom, they purchased a Poliform bed and sideboards, an XAL chandelier, Ingo Maurer pendant lamps (Poliform was chosen for its austerity and laconicism, and Ingo Maurer was chosen to dilute this rigor with a mischievous mood) and a Kendo console table. On the 2nd floor there are B&B Italia armchairs and a Cattelan Italia coffee table. Sconces - Delta Light. Tiles and mosaics are used in the main bathroomApavisa, Falper bathtub, Antonio Lupi toilet and bidet, Artemide ceiling lights. In the guest bathroom - Apavisa tiles, Agape washbasin, Duravit Starck 1 toilet and urinal. White paint was chosen for the walls. The main design of this house is simplicity and functionality. The authors of the project wanted the house to appear light and airy, as well as to have a lot of light in it. And they managed to achieve this. Nelly Prodan, architect:“The house has very beautiful windows, which also form the composition of the interior. Therefore, in the public area, they should never be covered with curtains. As a result, pleated curtains were chosen to protect from the sun in the living room, kitchen, dining room, and thick curtains and light transparent tulle in the bedroom, creating a comfortable and cozy atmosphere. Apavisa ceramic tiles have been used throughout the house. For the floor in the main rooms, we took tiles from the Neocountry collection, which have a beautiful texture that imitates natural stone in warm colors. We decorated the fireplace in the living room with natural slate, and under the fireplace and the window sill we placed a marble slab shelf in which the convectors are hidden. The bedrooms and the library on the 2nd floor have parquet flooring. Hidden systems were needed for interior doors, so we chose Rimadesio. White sliding doors in the vestibule - KTM. " Kirill Konstantinov, architect: "The most important thing for us in this project was that the style that customers like so much, coincided with our vision of this house. Therefore, it was easy and pleasant for us to work on the project. "

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