- Architecture & development
We still have a little bit of 2021 to go, but in 2022 we are already assured of some inspiring residential projects. These include the apartment named JPS by Item Design in St. Petersburg, Russia. Architects Anna Tartsan and Valert Pavlova have created a monochrome and minimalist home in which you can spend time in a blissful atmosphere. 2022 promises to be an inspiring year for lovers of cool and balanced interiors.
The project JPS is a clever piece of 3D work, since we still have to wait for the actual finishing of the residence. Nevertheless, that doesn't mean we can’t already have a look inside, because Tartsan and Pavlova have provided a visualisation that makes us dream. The monochrome colour palette and the micro-cement floor create a sophisticated setting to start and end your day in. Furthermore, the team decided to use textiles as a partition material, which makes the rather hard concept just that little bit softer. In terms of lighting, preference was given to local sources rather than a limited general lighting system. These choices, combined with a veneered ceiling, result in an inviting and all-encompassing whole.
The monochrome colour palette and the micro-cement floor create a sophisticated setting to start and end your day in.
In the apartment JPS, the decor functions as an obvious extension of the interior. The dining table and chairs, for example, merge effortlessly with the surrounding design. In addition, the bed and sofa furniture share the cement-coloured palette of the floor, and unwinding in this home has anything but the hard character that this material brings to mind. Moreover, there is an interesting thread running through Item Design's projects. They chose to not place the storage spaces in the kitchen above eye level. This benefits both the aesthetics and the user-friendliness, resulting in a kitchen that combines two major assets. The future owner for whom this project was exclusively designed has clearly chosen the right people. JPS is, unsurprisingly, an excellent opportunity to find inspiration for our own monochrome dreams. Minimalist, aesthetic and inviting, these are some of the key words we like to attach to homes. And if that can be done again in St. Petersburg, with pleasure.
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Photography and rendering by Autodesk 3ds Max and Corona Renerer