When designing this home, we had a clear vision of the gentle and harmonious aura we wanted to achieve and which the clients wanted to feel. We used the available space in the building as functionally as possible. We also made some changes such as increasing the height of the doors, opening up the entering to the living area so that there is no door from the hall to achieve a feeling of a little more space. We moved a wall so we could make a more convenient staircase to the second level instead of using the architectural spiral staircase. On the second level we located the teenage bedroom, where we had to open a new window, as there were only two small windows in the ceiling, which would not provide enough daylight in the room. In the interior, we added a dose of dynamism by placing contrasts between matte and mirror surfaces, and we skillfully brought copper details into the role of intriguing accents. The children’s rooms take us to the magical world of dreams and fun. Each of them has its own individual character and tells a story of carefreeness. As always, the aspiration of our team was to create a modern vision that would be a kind of mirror of the owners of the property, their qualities, understandings and feelings about the world.
Family house, Beloslav city