Spectacular stone, metal and brass in the interior of a family apartment – project by Volves Interiors design bureau

The owners of this spacious apartment in the One Trinity Place residential complex, a couple with a small child, dreamed of a comfortable interior that would become a visual continuation of the building’s architecture. The team at the design bureau Volves Interiors shared their values ​​and views on ideal design. Thus, the project has become a real collaboration between the designer and the customer, in which everyone hears each other and together develops successful ideas.

Area: 80m2
Author: Design bureau Volves Interiors
Photo: Anton Ivanov

Designed by the British Bureau 1508 London, the apartments were delivered with a fine finish, so there were few options for redevelopment. The designers thought through several variations of the living room – the clients chose the most spacious solution. Thanks to him, the studio team was able to effectively use the window sill near the large panoramic window, placing a dining table and a seating area next to it. The designers wanted to create a dialogue between new materials and those that were already present in the space at the time of commissioning. As a result, the emphasis was placed on a neutral color scheme, which was emphasized by brass and graphic details. In order not to delay the implementation of the project by waiting for furniture items, they decided to choose them from those already available. One of the most successful finds was the elegant B&B Italia sofa by Antonio Citterio. It fit perfectly into the overall design concept with its clean lines, and also supported the geometric dining group. The final touch of the living room was laconic Juniper Design lamps and, of course, works by Paul Bergin from the Booroom gallery. Everyone wanted to design a children’s room that was functional and capable of “growing” with the child. Its accent was a bunk bed, which made it possible to free up more space for games. The highlight of the master bedroom was an additional storage system integrated into the headboard.

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