Multidisciplinary studio Yakusha Design created a warm interior project of a residential gallery in Brussels, Belgium — FAINA House. The 2-floor wood-frame family house was turned into a homeliness contemporary design gallery with a wide exposition of live minimalist furniture and décor brand by Victoria Yakusha.
Big open windows impose interior that is filled with authentic contemporary furniture pieces in neutral beige colours with strong black accents. Solid wood, ceramic and felt are dominating materials in the interior, and create the tactile balance between concrete, steel finishes and brick walls. Warm natural light and comfortable sitting places encourage gallery`s visitors to explore design exposition, as well as to stay longer with a glass of wine near the fireplace on a soft armchair.
A living-dining room, kitchen and bedroom feature over 25 design objects by FAINA: table and chair ZTISTA, armchair and bed TOPTUN, armchair LONO, sofa FAKTURA, coffee table HRYB, decor vases KUMANEC, BANDURA and HATA, floor decor TREMBITA, wall décor SYTO, etc.
Welcome note by gallery`s owner Victoria Yakusha:
"We are delighted to invite you to our first residential showroom outside Ukraine, where we hope to share our inspiration of Ukrainian culture, traditions and love for simple natural materials, which you will see in every corner of FAINA House. Hope you will discover here the Ukrainian modern design and spread it to the world".