The latest project by Minsk-based architect and interior designer Kanstantsin Remez is 'Together', a personal concept in which he tried to imagine what a family residence should look like. The goal was to bring a family together in this home. Imagicasa takes you to this project, with a serene colour and material palette and striking furniture pieces in varying proportions.
We have previously written about Kanstantsin Remez' works, such as his renovation in Minsk and his concept home Il Introvert Residence. His most recent project, called 'Together', has the ambition to create sufficient visual safety for a family to concentrate on this serene, calm atmosphere. The house has a composition of volumes of different sizes with only a few gable windows. Most of the sunlight enters through the skylights in the ceiling, creating a more intimate light.
Functionality and cosiness go hand in hand.
The design uses the volumes of the building to create separate functional zones. The first volume is the entrance and contains a storage area, cloakroom and guest bathroom. The focal point of this space is a travertine washbasin that greets guests and encourages them to wash their hands before moving on in the house. The other main areas consist of a kitchen with dining area, living area, three bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and a spa area with a swimming pool. The interior design is a dialogue between the different objects and their proportions. This is why the material palette was deliberately chosen serenely by designer Kanstantsin Remez. All walls and ceilings are covered with clay stucco, wide oak planks on the floor and marble and travertine accents characterise the kitchen and bathrooms. The Together design was created to provoke a dialogue between visitors and to help them focus on the inner atmosphere of the home. Interior design by Kanstantsin Remez
Exterior visualizations by Arthur Iskandarov