Slovakian Apartment Interior Design Plays on Perspective

Slovakian Apartment Interior Design Plays on Perspective

20 October, 2013  |  Apartment Interior

Dimensions and space are heavily utilized design concepts that help people to see things in different ways. In Slovakia, an accent wall literally comes and goes, thanks in part to Beef Architecture. Large panels created to take on the shape of stones that could have easily been used to construct ancient pyramids. Some of these stone shaped panels protrude outward, with others pushed back a few inches. Nearby, wood textures are seen on chairs, the entertainment system and coffee table. This fluid theme of wood and manmade materials flows throughout the apartment. In the kitchen is a single floor speaker, strangely looking right at home on the hardwood floors. Custom, durable wood cabinets with storage are located in the bathroom, which is set off by a porcelain tub.

interior wood trim

a combination of wooden floors and wooden furniture

wooden dining table

open-plan living

wooden wall

open-plan apartments

kitchen with an island in the apartment

hood in the kitchen

kitchen work area

view from the apartment window

bedroom interior

bathroom with wooden floors and furniture

wood flooring in the bathroom

modern sink

master bedroom with large windows

view from the apartment at night Bratislava

bedroom interior in white

TV in the bedroom

apartment balcony

apartment plan


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