The apartment measures a total of 130 square meters. It’s part of a residential complex named Axioma. The term gave the team the perfect idea for the design. They envisioned this space as being simple, monochrome and presenting absolutely no unnecessary details of any kind.
They also wanted the apartment to have a strong personality despite all the minimalism and that’s when the geometry of the space comes into discussion. Glossy white panels offer cohesion throughout while maintaining simplicity and while also looking stylish.
The interior design has a strong architectural and sculptural character throughout. Behind the barely noticeable furniture units there’s lots of hidden storage in the form of cabinets and lockers.
The living room and the kitchen are separated by a glass wall. This ensures continuity between the spaces, allowing both areas to appear larger and more spacious. It’s difficult to say where one room ends and where the one starts but that’s the beauty of the design.
The kitchen island has a dining table extension. Its shiny white surface is complemented by a set of six black chairs. Given the simplicity of the design and color palette, it would be easy to mistake this space for an office if not for the visible amenities.
The geometric patterns and the lines running through the ceiling are actually the light fixtures. They give the space a highly original and futuristic appearance.
The hallways feature the same type of ceiling lighting. The white walls, clean angles and occasional black and gray accents add mystery to these spaces.
In the bedroom, the light comes both from the ceiling and the wall. Breezy semi-transparent white curtains create a relaxing and tranquil ambiance.
The black and white marble combinations suits the bathroom really well. The large mirrors create a feeling of space and highlight the impact of the light fixtures on the overall design.