This year we worked on an interior design of an apartment in the complex Rezidencie Pri mýte. According to the client’s idea we designed this 4 bedroom apartment in the style of “pleasant minimalism” with neutral light colors, that make the oak wood grain really stand out. Owing to the selected combination of materials, their shape and light colors the interior feels airy but at the same time cozy and pleasant. Homey atmosphere of the living area is supported by warm tones of mood LED lighting and greenery on the large loggia. Lowered ceiling in the hallway hides an air conditioning unit and creates space for a line of mood backlight from the main door all the way to the living room. The open floor plan combines living room with kitchen and dining room which makes the space seem broad and spacious. A glass wall with two loggia doors gives the living area the appeal of luxury with the ultimate contact with the exterior and light benefits. The amount of intimacy and solar increments can be regulated by perforated sliding metal screens on the edge of the loggia, which allow the loggia to be covered completely if desired. Kitchen cabinets with matte white doors are built in a prepared recess and the front edges are aligned with the adjoining wall, therefore remain hidden. The kitchen feel is reduced only to an open kitchen window, lined with natural marble slabs combined with light natural shade of oak on the top cabinets. Hidden fume hood, which is built in the top cabinets over the stove top also helps to achieve our goal, which was to create practical, pleasant kitchen, that does not stand out as it is located in the living area. Lighting of the kitchen island is provided by a brushed brass linear LED lighting fixture by the manufacturer Luceplan, which matches other details in the
kitchen and the entire interior. Master bedroom has its own bathroom, which is tucked away behind the door with a hidden door frame. Bedside tables are also custom made in the same light shade of natural oak as the rest of the wooden surfaces in the interior.
Photos by Matej Oravský