The story of the "SM Apartment" It started from the desire of the beneficiary to have the atmosphere of a hotel room in his own bedroom. Given this context, I opted for a mix of shades of gray and wood. Accents were created by small touches of black. The whole space denotes masculinity and mystery.
HOW DID WE THINK THE INTERIOR SPACE?
The interior space was created from scratch, being a new gray apartment without finishes. At planimetric level we corrected the access area to create a hall with a small storage space and to hide the access to the bedroom.
The finishes from Delta Studio (ceramic tiles, parquet, sanitary ware and faucets) allowed us to play with shades of gray and wood right from the start, thus having the perfect framework for the whole atmosphere.
I thought about the entire interior space, starting from the living area, which is the center of interest of the house, both functionally and architecturally. In order to emphasize this space, we used an area of reflection that delimits the access area and creates mystery before discovering the living area with the open space kitchen. The bedroom reminds you of a hotel room through the light accents and the carpet on the floor. In order not to stand out in the dressing area, I used a wall that serves as the background of the bed as a visual screen.
The light accentuates the mysterious atmosphere of the space, having several sources and implicitly several lighting scenarios depending on the time of day.