Novum Design Award
Interior Design Category
Interior, Villa, Residential, House
The house originally consisted of two stories and average layout. The designers replaced three bedrooms with two, and removed the walls and interior doors while re-locating the staircase to make the house open and airy. The old cramped two-generation home has been transformed into a conceptual large loft.
The overall design of the first floor is more restrained than the downstairs, with the black and white photography leading the tone, modern, free and vibrant, from which all the furnishings unfold. The choice of lighting and furniture is based on more basic shapes and the artworks on more contemporary forms.
On the east side of the first floor, the dining area, reading area and washbasin are linked together. It is an unconventional design approach, with an open layout that also allows full daylight into the room.
In addition to the entrance on the kitchen side, there is also an entrance door on the south side of the living room, which leads to the small garden outside. Four shelves made of aluminum are fixed to the living room wall, which act as the visual focal point here.
DESIGN SCORE: /100
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