Project: Interior design of a family house
The project represents separate designed rooms of a family house consisting of a ground floor and two upper floors.
The basic design methodology is a synthesis of repetition of elements and interior equipment throughout the interior of different rooms such as color, shape and texture. The purpose of this design technique was to unify the space of every floor and create a consistent visual experience. The oak wood pattern, anthracite color combined with warm earth tones are the primary tonality of the overall interior whose final effect continuously attracts the eye of visitors and owners when moving around the house. An additional design technique was balancing the rooms with symmetrical design and the use of simple forms of furniture and decorative equipment, using materials, textures and colors that are associated with nature, such as stone, wood, metal, coal, earth. Each individually designed room creates a visual moderate equality and symmetry as a result of proper sizing of the furniture in the interior. The end result is an impeccable spatial balance and harmonious interior for dwelling.
The entrance partition of the home represents a separate entrance hall with enough natural light that penetrates through a glass front door. The light illuminates the floor covered with cold Calacatta stone pattern as a balance of the interior equipment of the hallway, consisting of a functional closet in anthracite color and oak detail. The entrance guides towards the guest WC and a large area consisting of living room, dining area for food consumption and kitchen for its preparation.
Most of the ground floor belongs to the living room with the dining room, where wooden stairs allow vertical communication with the upper floors. A dramatic wall painted in dark anthracite color is a focal point in the open space that continuously runs through the upper floors. The wall is equipped with an electric fireplace that completes the overall impression of a warm home. The floor in the living room and dining room is covered with a warm wooden pattern balanced with the cold stone pattern of the kitchen floor tiles.
The dining room is equipped with a large wooden dining table for food consumption, as a center in the ground floor, located between the long TV unit in the living room and the kitchen.
The kitchen represents a separate partition for cooking and storing groceries in the ground floor, but at the same time it is open to the dining area, visually separated by decorative wooden pillars. The corner kitchen is designed in anthracite color and oak pattern, functionally planned with a large worktop area. The kitchen space is equipped with a high bar table and two bar stools. They are great for fast food consumption and do not occupy the kitchen space. Special attention was given to the lighting of the kitchen, where was added ambient ceiling light to regulate the evening atmosphere of the interior. The newly designed lowered ceiling added an extravagant and elegant note to the kitchen.
The living room is decorated with a decorative wooden wall panel, illuminated with ambient light. The oak pieces are alternately placed radially, forming a jigsaw puzzle of visual diamonds that radiate warmth into the space.
The guest toilet on the ground floor and the bathrooms on the upper floors are designed in the same tones of light gray and anthracite colors spiced with a wooden oak pattern that is repeated on the tiles and furniture. Anthracite surfaces were a bold choice of the homeowners, who were applied in the toilets using the epoxy wall technique. Epoxy wall is an unexpected element in these rooms, and has great functionality due to its waterproof and hygienic properties. The used decorative wood paneling gives a new visual dimension not only as rooms for personal hygiene but also as rooms fun to visit and use.
Interior Design/ 3D visualization
Year of design: 2020/ 21
Year of realization: 2021
Place: Alsdorf, Germany