The inspiration for this monochrome interior was natural materials, stone, and wood, which have a major role.
The customer set out to create a light and concise space, but not cold, but cozy and luxurious. The task was fully realized - spectacular strict lines, rich textures of natural materials, and huge spaces made it possible to create a spectacular, minimalistic, but not boring interior.
There is something to see in this interior - the basic Scandinavian interior, combined with trendy accents, deserves to be an inspiration to update the boring Scandinavian interior.
Architecture studio Geza has wrapped a skin of sun-shading angled larch slats around this large gabled house on a steep Alpine slope in Italy.