When you think of a deluxe home, images probably spring to mind like those of the home featured today in Inalcotrends. In this project by Sofiia Zhurko and Olena Oliinyk, leading European brands were used for all the architectural and design features, with the Petra collection by Inalco taking pride of place on its surfaces.
The main premise for the project was the creation of a “ground-floor home”, with no stairs or corridors and total freedom of movement all on one level. To achieve this, skilful use of geometry and linearity was brought into play. The home’s design is based on straight lines and simple shapes. Large-format sheets from the Petra collection were used on the walls and floors, adding to the general spacious feel and avoiding any unnecessary joints.
In the design of the home’s interiors, vertical planes were put to good use, taking advantage of different finishes to create a 3-dimensional spatial effect, with Petra as the perfect tool in doing so. Thanks to this verticality, corridors can be dispensed with and a diaphanous space can be created where priority is given to natural light. This is particularly evident in the living room, whose 5-metre-high double-height ceiling is flooded with light.
As for the décor, the accent is on minimalism, using the furniture and designer lamps as decorative features. Every single item–from the couches and armchairs to the auxiliary tables, planters, mirrors and doors–plays a key role in this interior design project, with end results that elevate it to the ranks of a work of art.
Project: 3L Residences
Photography: Andrey Bezuglov