This residence within the Czech Republic started as an empty area with simply the central staircase put in proper in the midst of the bottom flooring. OOOOX have been employed to renovate the inside, which included revamping the format and creating a brand new idea for the inside that was impressed by the home-owner’s love of Scandinavian design.
The front room’s couch is made up of a set of cushions that sit on a white, D-formed platform.
A monochromatic shade palette of black and white pays tribute to the shopper’s time spent in Norway. The unique ceramic ceiling stays uncovered and in white, which continues to the wall shade.
Instead of your common bookcase, they used a collection of open and closed sq. elements in white, black, and oak for storage.
Floor-to-ceiling glass partitions separate the doorway from the primary front room and kitchen, with a panel that slides to open it.
The dominant staircase is roofed in an anthracite screed with a divider that’s manufactured from cotton netting.
The kitchen flows round a central, black island with white cupboards constructed into the outside wall.
The most important bed room is open and ethereal with a bookcase that acts as a divider.
The wood flooring prolong midway up the wall behind the mattress appearing as a headboard.
The black rest room is left open to the bed room and is sort of the distinction subsequent to the white and wooden bed room.
Photos by Martin Zeman.