The PKO Bank Polski Interior Design

This impressive project was designed for PKO Bank Polski Private Banking. It’s a building located in Poland and the interior design was the creation of Robert Majkut. For this the designer decided to stick with the colors from the logo which are black, white and gold. The interior, as you can see, is a modern and elegant creation. Using those colors, Robert Majkut managed to come up with a stylish and imposing design.

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Other specific graphical elements also inspired the designs and have been used in the interior as well. One of those elements is the grid of sinusoidal lines that are constantly seen in the designs of PKO Bank Polski Private Banking. This particular space has a sort of mystery linked to it. That’s mostly because of the darkness inside. As you can see, there are no windows. The colors are also an important element.

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The main characteristic for this space is the innovative interior design. It’s a very interesting concept, both simple and impressive, elegant and eye-catching. The delicate lines are a very important element as well. The designer managed to introduce a third dimensions by using special software for parametric design. This allowed him to create a complex and ordered structure with an abstract look. It’s obvious that this is an innovative and modern approach to the traditional designs, created using specific and characteristic elements.{found on contemporist}