Interior MA by INT2 Architecture
“The apartment is located in a house built before the Revolution. “Shell” is made with reference to French neoclassicism – white walls, high ceilings, windows to the floor, parquet, plaster cornices, wooden shutters… White walls work as the basis for the play of light and color, highlights proportioned accommodation and purity of architectural form.
Classical elements are the backdrop for “antibodies” – minimalist black box, in which are included all rooms for technical purposes (bathroom, boiler room, kitchen) and keeping things (with laundry closet, a wardrobe and shoes). The interior is modern, with contrasting color, material and style. Thus, the objects are becoming more individually, creating a whole architectural space.”
Photos courtesy of INT2 Architecture