Designing apartments, people have very little opportunity to touch the "hard" part of the building, for many reasons: maybe the division of space has been defaulted, the room wall is related to the structure general or reasonable; Limited cost package ... This apartment is also in a similar situation, but still has the solution to best meet the specific needs set by the investor.
“The apartment is located on the 8th floor, Riviera Park building, District 10, has basically completed the rough section and ensured the room criteria should be costly as well as time for the" hard "part. We focus on designing "soft" parts through the layout of materials and the selection of materials and colors for space "- designers share. And after only a short time, the apartment owner moved to his new apartment, realizing that it was really a suitable place to start a new, young and energetic life. Perhaps, that energy comes from the green color they like, being used as ideas and materials.
We can see it from details to the overall of the apartment: the main wall, the sofa and the tea table in the living room; walls and blankets drap in the bedroom. The green color is treated with different forms and shades to bring about visual effects as well as the emotional needs of each functional space: stronger, darker in the living room space (sofa ) and softer in the bedroom. Coating effects Tambour effects for pressing walls; Industrial plank combinations combining natural wood; paintings and fabrics of the same color; soft curves or reminiscent of knitting patterns ... all harmoniously blended to create a pleasant overall. The small balcony is utilized effectively to organize a natural green area, turning into an exciting relaxation corner.