An intriguing interior design project by Widawscy Architecture Studio in Poland that features an extensive use of varying shades of blue / turquoise throughout the project as an accent to a predominantly white interior. Its uber contemporary in style with lots of clean lines, bold geometry, bespoke furniture and a healthy use of patterns.
Here’s how the architects describe it,
The irregular, raw shape of the building was the inspiration in creating the interior of this house. Located in the northern district of Gliwice – Zerniki, the long, narrow and dynamic shape of the building grows out the street among traditional architecture like a work of art.
It was obvious for us to reflect the dynamic nature of the building in the interior of the house. It is a modernist design – economical in colors and decorations, focused on the extraction of forms and materials used. The entirety of the floor was finished with polished concrete while all the walls in the house have been painted white. The white color also dominates in the case of dynamic and irregular structures of furniture that have been precisely designed. The only accent color inside the house are the colors: mint and turquoise – selected by client. The Bright and spacious interior is inhabited by a 5-person family, for whom a combination of good quality and design was a priority.