Black & white studio
Do you recall this elegant masculine apartment by Polish studio Kasia Orwat? The studio recently shared Domo Nomad Space, another interesting studio which we believe you will find inspiring. The white area is the living zone, where daily
activities take place. Functions as kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom and work space flow and interact with each other in a natural way since there are no obvious divisions – mobile lightweight multifunctional furniture and adaptable interior lighting based on busways, ease owner’s life adapting to its needs. The black part of the apartment is the communication and storage area. A black wall hides the door to the bathroom and to the extremely capacious wardrobes.
Varied finishing materials create a very enjoyable interior. Resin floor – plain black and white with different textures – operates on the same principle of contrast. Walls and ceiling are treated with matte ceramic paints and cabinets with high-gloss fronts acting as mirrors. These visually enlarge the relatively small space of 46 m2 that thanks to mobile furniture – and exclusion of unnecessary items – seems much larger. A modern space perfectly suited for a predicting trend-watcher lifestyle, for those who carefully observe the phenomena of so-called “contemporary nomadism”.