Sophisticated minimalism interior of the house in Palermo
• Sophisticated minimalism interior of the house in Palermo
The minimalistic and sophisticated interior of the house area of 120 square meters in Palermo, Italy, designed by Studio DiDeA. Architects sought to create a multifunctional space, giving most of the home areas of day care, which can be separated from friends and family.
Immediately at the entrance is the living room, open-plan, combined with the kitchen and dining room. The main feature of the kitchen area is black volume accommodating the hob and the work surface; located on the wall closet for storage designed with the optimization of space.
A sufficient number of hidden cabinets save space and allows the apartment to look as minimalistic as possible.
Due to the large windows, which are connected with a balcony, living room and dining room are flooded with light. A significant role in this free of unnecessary things play space furnishings well-known brands such as Toio lamp by Flos and The Artemide Tolomeo on, or chairs by Vitra. Two species of flooring emit different areas: the living room, dining room and bedroom floor is made of natural wood, in contrast to those in the kitchen, bathroom, toilet and laundry room used filler coating.
Small bedrooms are furnished quite sparingly. The master bedroom has walk-in closet. In a simple bathroom with her plastered concrete walls and wooden elements play an important role laconic red details, including shower, mixer and heatsink.
Carefully thought-out automation system is designed to help owners to enjoy their home well.