The spatial planning answer for this eclectic condominium design by SVOYA Studio has been decided based mostly on the needs of the client. Initially a two-room loft, the abode presently shows a special construction: front room mixed with the kitchen, the bed room mixed with the research and a generously-sized toilet. The stylistic development was given not solely by the proprietor, but in addition by the cultural heritage of the historic constructing through which the house is situated.
High ceilings have a serious influence on making the fifty six sq. meter house in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine look greater. The shade spectrum performs each an aesthetic and a formative position. Ceiling, partitions and flooring finishes add magnificence, notably the white painted MDF panels, mirrors and herringbone parquetry. The lighting scheme was simply as essential: “We weren’t restricted neither by diameter nor by peak, thus we might slot in luxurious and on the similar time austere lighting objects Zonca and De Majo. Their reflection in mirror panels creates further depth and particular results“. A compact pseudo-hearth, picket espresso desk with fold leather-based arm-chairs and a classic bar counter contribute to the eclectic really feel of this trendy Ukrainian house. Photos and knowledge offered by way of e-mail by SVOYA studio