Design: IQOSA Architect
As you had probably noticed, on the first floor the open concept was used. Living room, dining room and kitchen create a united space in which you can freely walk around. The dining room incorporates a big round table to get all of the guests together for the celebrations and parties. The living and dining rooms are divided from the kitchen by square columns. These columns appeared to be the supporting structures and they were a real problem while making an open floor area. We decided to use them this way, to somehow divide the kitchen from the rest areas. The columns decorated with the brass panels at the sides. We also placed round-shape lanterns at the each column, so they could be functional too.
And at the kitchen, we met our next challenge – the space was not enough to place all of the equipment, and we came up with the idea to combine a simple kitchen island with the necessary device service. The wall behind the island is decorated with the wood panels and can hide behind it all the kitchen equipment which is essential for cooking.
If you have finished wandering around the first floor, let the spiral white marble staircase lead you to the second. Here the bedroom, the wardrobe and the bathroom. The third challenge also met us here: how to make spacious bedroom and bathroom at the same time. As you can see, we found the solution in using corrugated glass to make the partitions between the bedroom and the bathroom. This helps to make the room visually more commodious. The shape of the glass surface do not allow to see the inside part of the bathroom, so you can be sure that your privacy won’t be intruded. The wardrobe is also divided from the bedroom, but this time we availed simple glass panels. The bedroom is also maximally functional. Behind the massive bed at the center of the room, you can find the table, which can be used as the working table as well as the cosmetic one. This is the real advantage of sensible planning.
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