An open-plan apartment was redeveloped for a young family with a child. The living room, kitchen, hallway, corridor and bedroom create a single open space, while the bedroom can be separated by glass partitions and curtains. It was decided to separate the toilet and the bathroom, and in the bathroom install a shower area and make room for a sauna. The style of the interior shows the influence of avant-garde art of the 20th century and the Bauhaus school. The interior concept is based on the work of Pete Mondrian. The design of the apartment resembles its avant-garde canvases in space. Each main functional area is painted in local color, and the main volume is monochrome and graphic. In addition to the stylistics from the Bauhaus school, their basic principles of ergonomics were taken. Each function in the interior is thought out to the needs of the owners of the apartment. In each room, several lighting scenarios are thought out in such a way that it is possible to illuminate all areas with different intensities, create a general fill light or accent certain interior elements.
PRIVATE INTERIOR, PROFESSIONAL COMPETITION, Season 2019/20