Organization of space

A real example: an eccentric kitchen with elements of pop art

Tired of beautiful and refined interiorsmodern kitchens? Is the soul asking for something unusual? The project of this eclectic cuisine will surely surprise you. Some experts in the field of modern design believe that today's interiors are created according to well-laid options, differing only in style and area. They believe that space lacks individuality and expressiveness. That is why the work of the Spanish designers Lisiane Scardoelli and João Pedro Crescente will become for all true connoisseurs of the whole original a real gift. For Mostra Casa & Cia 2013, this pairadventurers prepared a very extraordinary project, and the kitchen became the room for the experiment. Usually designers try not to use dark colors in small spaces, but this case was an exception. Here, almost everything is dark gray, and the rest is framed in silver. But the space doesn't seem cramped at all. On the contrary, thanks to the glossy surfaces and their reflective ability, there are plenty of places visually. When you glance at the general picture, it seems,that you are in a certain art-cafe, where the meeting of the advanced avant-garde is about to begin. The light, muffled in places of food and rest and bright over the work surface and in the mini bar, gives this theory strength. Unusual for a simple apartment is the presence of 2 entrances to the kitchen. One of them is in the bar, and the second one is built directly into the furniture and looks like a kind of a small tunnel. Kitchen elements are made of stainless steel, butthe cold industrial style doesn't seem like that here. Diluted with bright decor, the interior looks colorful and cozy. All furniture is carefully organized and it is clear that they wanted to make the most of the space. They even made a niche where you can sit down to have lunch or just relax. For this, many soft pillows were placed there. The pop art painting Lou Borghetti brings a certain excitement to the room. Success lies in small things, in attention to detail. A light wooden table, it would seem, should not so perfectly harmonize with the space, but it does it perfectly. Everything is richly decorated with neon lights, and the hashtag in the niche #hardtoexplain, apparently reflects the following comment of the creators of the project: "If you do not like experiments, when it comes to design, then do not try to repeat it at home." If you are not ready to put in your corridor a graffiti-laundry basket, then stick to the above advice. It's just impossible to pass by the porcelainFigurines standing on the shelves next to the tap and favorably illuminated by neon lights. Steel blinds complement the overall ease of the situation. A rack with a coffee machine, exquisite wine, a basket with bottled beer and elite mineral water VOSS, chosen by Madonna and Giorgio Armani, show that eclecticism prevails not only here, but also throughout the apartment. studiocinque.com.br

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