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Brief
The gently alternating textures and the shades of white accentuate the layers in the space and create coziness in the bright interior. A large light grey segment on the living room floor, which outlines the area serves as a substitute to a carpet.

The vertical line carvings are integrated into all three main elements used in the design: Calacatta marble, the white-painted furniture and a mild grey tone in the kitchen. These lines evoke cohesiveness and refine a character of the interior. Delicate lines and curvatures of the lighting also carry the same mood throughout the apartment. A shower head and a bathtub tap are also minimalistic. The shower glass door is engraved with vertical lines as well. A wooden floor, only used in the master bedroom brings warmth into the interior.
Project Team
Beka Pkhakadze / George Bendelava / Levan Gogava
Copywriter
Mika Motskobili

Location
Tbilisi / Georgia
Type
Residential Interior
Area
150 m²
Year
2019
Status
In Progress

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The gently alternating textures and the shades of white accentuate the layers in the space and create coziness in the bright interior
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The vertical line carvings are integrated into all three main elements used in the design
The vertical lines evoke cohesiveness and refine a character of the interior
A large light grey segment on the living room floor, which outlines the area serves as a substitute to a carpet
Delicate lines and curvatures of the lighting also carry the same mood throughout the apartment
A wooden floor, only used in the master bedroom brings warmth into the interior
A shower head and a bathtub tap are also minimalistic
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