Located in the North of Bucharest, near the King Michael I Park , the apartment is defined by clean lines, industrial touches and a minimalist, almost spartan approach to the whole concept. The interior was design having in mind the principle of the Wabi-sabi philosophy, which finds beauty in imperfection.
The space is fluid and communicates throughout the entire home. The kitchen is open towards the living area and has a minimal design and functions, being defined by the big mirror surface.
The living area design is the result of the functional scheme, using just the necessary amount of furniture, simple lines and a soft color scheme with natural neutral earthy tones and a black ceiling.
The lights are design to focus on different parts of the room, according to the use of the space in a certain moment creating different moods.
The bedroom continues the minimalist lines, in accordance with the entire apartment. The wooden wall and the lush textile define a rich and diverse texture all around.