Futuristic apartment interior design

As it usually happens, the way you imagine an apartment with a futuristic design and the way it actually looks are two very different things. We found a very nice example for that. This apartment has a futuristic interior featuring a minimalist design. It looks very unusual and interesting indeed but, if you pay attention to the design, it’s actually all about the lines and angles.

All the unexpected angles and lines along with the use of modern materials like concrete and glass give this space a very unusual and futuristic look. You can also easily notice that very little furniture has been used in the apartment. This gives it a rather professional look. The minimalism is specific to modern and contemporary spaces so when you give it an extra kick like in this case the result is very interesting. The color palette is neutral and very simple and restraint. The focus is more on shape and form in this case.

There are lots of elements like intersecting lines and angles that tend to give this interior design a rather chaotic look. Still, everything is very well planned and every little thing has its designated place. The furniture features irregular lines. You can easily see this in the case of the bookshelves or the bed where the asymmetries are very clear. Grey seems to be the predominating color. It’s usually complemented by small touches of red, used to create focal points in the room.

Published by in Apartments, on December 10th, 2010


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