P63 is a tiny urban apartment created for one particular of our regular clientele. Most of his time, he stays with his spouse and children in the state and will come downtown only on business enterprise for 1-2 days. When commencing this structure project, we have been faced with the demanding process of proficiently organising the space in a reasonably little condominium and creating it as functional as probable.
We made the decision to concentrate on 3D house organisation. As a result, we have established an object in the kind of a dice that logically divided the central house of the apartment into many zones. On one particular side of the place, there is a kitchen area, and on the other facet, a rather big storage place is positioned this permitted us to preserve the hallway and the entrance region the two neat and purposeful. Also, we designed a compact operating space within this volumetric item.
As the most important thought of the condominium, we strived to produce anything fully diverse from the client’s state house, wherever black color predominates. So, we preferred to make the room in the apartment vivid, concise, and pure. That is why we picked white as a colour for all surfaces. In the meantime, a functional volumetric inexperienced cube became the visual accent of the design.
The environment of the condominium is built in a concise and minimalist way, with nearly no decor. To emphasise the geometry of the room, we utilized shadow profiles and concealed skirting boards. The inside is based on minimalist and well-created structures that make an unpretentious house glance complicated and persuasive.
Calendar year: 2021 Complete spot: 120 m2 Locale: Tallinn, Estonia Shots by: Dmitrii Tsyrenshchikov