In this project the areas of two mirrored apartments were combined. The space is logically divided into two main parts. The right part of the apartment is a common area with a kitchen-living room, a study, a utility room and a wardrobe. The left part is a private one. There is a master bedroom with a bathroom and a dressing room, a nursery, a guest room and a second bathroom. As the basis of the color scheme we took a combination of white, grey and a rich shade of wood.
We wanted to hide the standard look of the kitchen as much as possible, so we abandoned the hinged hood, replacing it with a built-in countertop. There will be no upper modules, all the storage in the lower drawers and cupboards up to the ceiling. To finish the central wall of the kitchen we used gypsum panels, the geometry of which is emphasized by the illumination of the porcelain stoneware box. We also integrated narrow shelves for glasses and mirrors in the area of floor's flowers into it.
Due to the ventilation system in some areas we needed to lower the ceiling. In the bedroom we beat this constructive moment with veneer panels. A sliding mirror door leads to the master bathroom which also directly reflects the light from the window and visually adds space. Mirrored doors over the sink and toilet hide storage spaces.
The concept of the interior was based on creating a sense of coziness and comfort.