The beautiful project Constanza was realised by the Lebanese studio K.frame. The house evokes a warm European holiday atmosphere where relaxing is the main activity. K.frame, founded in 2013, produces photorealistic renders and animations and it is their mission to take any interior or architectural project to the next level.
The team knows its way around thanks to their fifteen years of experience in interior, architecture and furniture design. K-Frame is big enough to handle all challenges without problems and at the same time small enough for the client to enjoy a personalised approach. Constanza is a project that found its inspiration in warm summer days at the Mediterranean coast. The shape and form lends itself to European villas with high ceilings, arches and terracotta accents. These go hand in hand with minimalist finishes and sculptural furniture.
A space that radiates the tranquillity of a holiday near the beach.
Each project of K.frame tries to evoke a feeling and tell a story. A narrative gives personality to a space, it adds depth to a project. Constanza tells the story of a warm summer in a holiday house where you can escape the heat on the cool stone floor. A space that radiates the tranquillity of a holiday near the beach. Constanza has been carefully designed with attention to details such as the rough finish of the walls, the upholstery of the chairs and the coffee table based on Mathieu Lehanneur's 'Ocean Memories' collection. A spacious, airy feel is combined with rustic, heavy elements. The colour palette is soft and light with mostly, beige and brown tones. K.frame succeeds in creating an extraordinary project that blows a warm, humid summer breeze in your direction. Constanza has a minimalist interior with clear narrative.
Images courtesy of K.frame
© Roy Ghaya