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MARSALA

Interior design: Laboratorul de Arhitectură
Furniture: LINIA Furniture
Architects: Laurenţiu Stănescu
Colaborators: Titan Man, Luminna
Type: rezidenţial, apartment 3 rooms
Location: Bucharest, Dorobanti
Execution year: 2014
Style: minimalist, modernist elements

Context
The apartment has a warm range of colors and a predominant red marsala. For the clients, a well organized and optimized space and good lightning were the most important aspects. In order to use the space wisely and extensively, the solution was to create a customed furniture.

Concept and execution
The apartment was recompartimented and now it has two rooms, thus the living room became a generous space. The cream nuances of the floor and the plated walls enlarge optically this new room. The central piece of the living is the couch which has a Missoni print and it personalizes and dresses up the room, while a Traffic Chaise Longue by Intro induces a more relaxing atmosphere.

The modular elements with simple shapes transform the living room into a guest room and behind the glass plated furniture, it is hidden a drop bed. Simple modular elements furniture follows the shape of the walls, and behind glass cladding there is a hidden folding bed system that occasionally transforms the living room into the bedroom.
The kitchen furniture completes the minimalist style of the house with a red Marsala painted MDF that revitalizes the space. The marble island in warmed by the unregular shapes of the chairs.

The bedroom has golden touches to create a precious look mixed with creamy nuances. In order to optimize the space and to create the illusion of a bigger room, a modular custom made dressing was manufactured and covered in glass.The tapestried bed is the central piece and it gives the room a warm, comfortable look.