Original black and white studio located within the Polish metropolis of Poznań, designed by Kasia Orwat Home Design.
Description by Kasia Orwat Home Design Black and white – two distant poles, two excessive opposites. As the 2 zones through which this studio in Poznan is organized – black and white. The coherence of this venture appears to disclaim the distinction it’s based mostly on. But this isn’t solely an aesthetic process, the robust distinction is primarily because of the rigorously thought area performance. The white space is a dwelling zone – the place every day actions happen. Functions as kitchen, eating room, front room, bed room and work area move and work together with one another in a pure approach since there are not any apparent divisions – cellular light-weight multifunctional furnishings and adaptable inside lighting based mostly on busways, ease proprietor’s life adapting to its wants. The black a part of the house is the communication and storage space. Colored in absolute black, wall hides the door to the toilet and very capacious wardrobes. Varied ending supplies create a really pleasurable inside. Resin flooring – plain black and white with totally different textures – operates on the identical precept of distinction. Walls and ceiling are handled with matt ceramic paints and cupboards with excessive-gloss fronts appearing as mirrors, visually enlarge a comparatively small area of forty six m2 that because of cellular furnishings – and excluding pointless gadgets – appears to be a lot greater. A trendy area completely fitted to a predicting trendwatcher way of life, for many who rigorously observe the phenomena of so-referred to as “modern nomadism”. Visit Kasia Orwat Home Design