By Magaly – Categories: Art, Bathroom, Bedroom, Decorative Accessories, Dining Room, Fireplace, Furnishings, Houses, Interior Design and style, Kitchen, Lighting, Living Area, Staircase, Wall Decor
Residence in Zabrze was made by Widawscy Studio Architektury, and is located in Zabrze, Poland.
The interior of the residence is pure elegance, although it does not shy away from using colour to add range and personality.
Property in Zabrze by Widawscy Studio Architektury:
“House in Zabrze is inhabited by a household of 4. The owners wanted a contemporary and bright interior, and about other issues they decided to relay on architects. Consequently, this has resulted in very good cooperation and the creation of the present interior.
Living area (kitchen, dining room, living room) is left open, creating 1, but properly-ordered space. The interior is dominated by whites and grays tones connected with structure of all-natural oak. Uniform colors of the interior is highlighted by the diversity of white surface textures: glossy fronts of furniture, mat walls, linen fabric and structural plate. The living area is dominated by graphite sofa and collectively with white armchairs Barcelona project Mies van der Rohe, completely suited to the minimalist character of the interior.
The centerpiece of the residence is a simple block of doublesided fireplace covered with graphite, organic stone. Dining space is highlighted by a white, massive lamp hanging over veneered table surrounded by chairs style Verner Panton. Massive table used in the project also serves as a pool table, producing a space for evening games. The bright colors and minimalist character of the interior has been kept in each and every space of the residence.
Each – the bedroom and the bathroom is dominated by white, which visually expands the space and the selection of white structures in conjunction with veneered surfaces adds a modern expression to the interior. Special and distinctive space in the home is a playroom. As opposed to the other rooms is filled with color accents.”
Photographs courtesy of Widawscy Studio Architektury