Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 16:13:20 PM
The interior as a whole is very bright and open, with full-height windows, sliding glass doors and a color palette based on white as the main tone combined with light wood accents and touches of yellow, green and blue. There’s a duality that makes this project quite interesting. On one hand the space is small although it doesn’t look or feel tiny. On the other hand, there’s a strong connection to the outdoors even if there’s no uninterrupted view of the surroundings.
The decor in the neutral-hued space is the artful chandelier, which is Zettel’z 5 by Ingo Maurer. It is made of stainless steel and heat-resistant satin-frosted glass. The “shades” are actually 40 printed and 40 blank sheets of Japanese paper. It’s a highly creative fixture for the owners, as the blank sheets of paper are meant for personal messages and drawings. All of the furnishings are clean-lined to help keep the space open. Floor to ceiling shelving provides plenty of storage and display space.
While there are, of course, exceptions, there’s a clear distinction between a feminine interior design and a masculine one. Masculine decors tend to be wonderfully uncomplicated and more focused on practicality and functionality. They’re also usually defined by a restraint palette of colors and materials and by simple forms and overall minimalism. That doesn’t make them boring or unappealing in any way and the best way to prove it is with an example. This apartment in Poznan, Poland is perfect for that.
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