Interior design of the Slavic House

The interior of the Slavic House is a kind of color reverse of its European access. The living area of ​​the house is dominated by light wood, which harmoniously combines the kitchen and living room spaces. The openwork terrace roof was created as a continuation of yours, which we created in the grooved kitchen ceiling. The lighting is intelligently selected to harmonize with the exterior elements of the interior. The lamps above the kitchen island are made of glass, so they do not disturb the amazing views outside the window. In addition, decorative lamps hanging in the ceiling wardrobe are located in the room and refer to the shape of coffee tables designed by BXB studio. A delicate color accent is the car, functional finishing of the seats and stools, which draw attention to the presence of shape distortions. Another interesting power source is a functional, double-sided fireplace, which is a round form of connection to the wireless window in the dining room. A carefully selected canvas by the Polish artist Artur Przebindowski creates color harmony in the interior.

The Slavic House Interior

Project: BXB studio
Team: Bogusław Barnaś, Urszula Furmanik, Aleksandra Parchem, Katarzyna Trzepałka
Category: Interior of single family house
Area: ok. 260 m2
Loaction: Poland
Year: 2024
Client: Private

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