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For this minimalist house in Geneva, Art Partner designed a warm result, in which light colours and natural materials come together to create an exceptional interior. The same style, which prioritises simplicity and comfort, is continued in all rooms.
In every project by Swiss architectural firm Art Partner, the clients and their personal style come first. Every interior must have its own unique style. The team has by now built up experience in several countries. According to Art Partner, good designs influence our lives in a positive way. Based on this philosophy, they only strive for the best.
In this home with unique architecture, a perfect harmony of light, colour and texture creates an ideal home. As the residence overlooks beautiful landscapes, the studio considered it logical to use as many natural materials as possible. Light textures were used to emphasise the space and create an open feeling. The entrance hall was kept very minimalist, without unnecessary details and textures. The living space presented a challenge for the studio, as it is very atypical by contemporary standards. This made the position and type of sofa, which had to provide sufficient comfort in all possible scenarios, very important. For a minimalist effect, the TV was concealed in the wall. In turn, the fireplace provides the right dose of warmth.
An open layout and lots of light give you a very open feeling
On the second floor are the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and a children's room. The design of these rooms was very important to the studio, as these are the spaces that affect you on a daily basis. Functionality and aesthetics were equally important in this interior. An open layout and lots of light give you a very open feeling here too, which became all the more important as the master bedroom is not very large. A limited number of objects and light colours complete the look. According to Art Partner, a minimalist bedroom should have three things: a light source, a bed and a bedside table. Everything else is optional for them. In addition, the bedroom here also had to include a workspace. The solution for this was to repeat the geometry by keeping the desk simple. For the rectangular children's room, the options seemed quite limited at first. Nevertheless, the studio managed to turn this into a lovely room, for instance by using a fold-out couch as a bed. Furthermore, the room was divided into three parts: sleeping, playing and studying. Plenty of storage space and a desk were provided on the wall opposite the bed. As for the colour palette, natural pastel colours with a matte finish were chosen. Finally, the bathrooms, with their minimalist but comfortable base, are completely in line with the style of the other rooms. To achieve a logical layout, the location of each object was carefully considered.
This beautiful project by Art Partner follows an interesting vision throughout the house, creating an end result that feels very consistent. For every challenge, the studio found a creative solution. We are already looking forward to their upcoming projects! Want to get enchanted by more impressive projects and inspiring architecture? Be sure to follow us on Instagram on the account Imagicasa Architecture. On this page, we will share unique realisations, promising designs and innovative ideas daily.
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