Orange me"Walking upstairs, we uncover a world which is dominated by orange! This colors the ensemble of the matrimonial bed and, together with the other elements - the wood sections which contour the lines of the walls and the furniture which satisfies both an esthetic and functional role – they give the room a delicate, homogenous and compact feel." , , , , ,
Bright HouseThe best feature of this house? Its architecture! The perfect collaboration between the architect and the interior designer creates a result that satisfies the demands of the family. The most expensive (physical) thing in architecture is light – we took advantage of the large, harmonious windows which are operated electronically, and of the audacity of the client who understood that in his case, large gaps fill the story with star dust, rays of sunshine and natural light. , , , , ,
Metal trick“In designing my living room, I want you to keep count of a few things: we keep the tall, grey cabinets (besides the fact that they are functional, they also have sentimental value), the chair and the design ottoman. Eames, the table with metal legs and the Knoll glass countertop. I don’t want to demolish any of the walls or ceilings. As for the rest, make me a proposal that fits my preferences!” , , , , ,
"Walking upstairs, we uncover a world which is dominated by orange! This colors the ensemble of the matrimonial bed and, together with the other elements - the wood sections which contour the lines of the walls and the furniture which satisfies both an esthetic and functional role – they give the room a delicate, homogenous and compact feel."
The best feature of this house? Its architecture! The perfect collaboration between the architect and the interior designer creates a result that satisfies the demands of the family. The most expensive (physical) thing in architecture is light – we took advantage of the large, harmonious windows which are operated electronically, and of the audacity of the client who understood that in his case, large gaps fill the story with star dust, rays of sunshine and natural light.
“In designing my living room, I want you to keep count of a few things: we keep the tall, grey cabinets (besides the fact that they are functional, they also have sentimental value), the chair and the design ottoman. Eames, the table with metal legs and the Knoll glass countertop. I don’t want to demolish any of the walls or ceilings. As for the rest, make me a proposal that fits my preferences!”