The walnut sections within this contemporary apartment perform a ton: they add character, unify the look, function as book shelves, hide the vestibule, and divide the area. Located in a brand new residential complex in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, the apartment was envisioned by Nottdesign. Through the space, fixed wooden screens produced from American walnut function as partitioning between your homes more public and much more private zones.
“It was necessary to divide the area into two functional zones,” the designers stated. The most popular area includes a wide open plan living, kitchen, and dining space in addition to a hallway leading towards the guest bathroom, a studio, and also the laundry room. The greater secluded part of the apartment hosts the primary bed room, a couple’s bathroom, along with a study.
The 2 functional zones are separated with a small vestibule, craftily hidden by another walnut screen. “The fixed wooden screen, which works as a shelf, hides the vestibule from sight, but it doesn’t avoid the transmission of sun light in the family room,” the designers described.
The sections allow light through the space, which streams in in the many floor-to-ceiling home windows within the apartment: they’re within the family room as well as in each one of the bedrooms. The bedrooms are mainly white-colored having a couple of walnut notes. The 3 lighting models over the dining room table your style in, too – the cones continue the theme of sunshine streaming via a slatted structure.
The dark wood can also be quite striking from the white-colored marble within the bathroom.
[Photography by A. Avdeenko]