Modern, with a slight intention of warmth provided by coating inspired by Art Nouveau. This house is a modern space with an attitude of warmth given by the lighting and wall with a slight intention “Art Nouveau”.
The house interior includes two modes of life, the rush of every day and the chance to relax in times of rest. This allows a double space.
The interior is simple, bright and modern, because the sunlight penetrates through the glass walls to which are added the reflection of the materials during the morning.
Towards evening a series of light spots wood flooring giving a warm feeling reflected by the bright beige walls. A particular detail is the design of the staircase, which is illuminated in the riser and amber LEDs, which also provides warmth.
The lining of the walls is an easy to clean material, which makes it ideal as the children are small.
The brightness and contrast of matte tones reminiscent of art nouveau. The accent is repeated in the furniture, walls and lining of the bath
Art Nouveau is an action that was chosen after the study done several works in Brussels, the world capital of style mentioned.
The realization of this design took 14 months.
Location: Bedzin, Poland
Interior design: Ludilajt / Theze architects – Ludwik Kaizerbrecht / Beata Lisiewska
Partners: Bartlomiej Záboj / Weronika Juszczyk
Floor Area: 150 m2
Photo: Kaizerbrecht / Záboj