Modern interior T
Interior design inside the already buit spaces of this one-family home had its own requirements and contributed to a different conceptual idea of the space itself.
The main guideline was to unify main living spaces without unnecessary walls and corners so the area can work as a single open space. This was achieved by a combination of cladding and furniture items, which with its uniform appearance that unifies the rooms.
Only three colour shades were used - classic black and white combination with additionall natural shade of wood. The colour contrast is especially emphasized in the bathrooms while in the hallways more moderate approach is used.
|Architects||Edvard Blažko, Marko Volk, Nina Tešanović, Samo Radinja|
|Nett Building Area||230 m2|
|Year of Completion||2016|