Design open space and a constant source of inspiration is the apartment of the architect Andrus Bezdar. The whole design of this space is based on a game with projections and reflections of the sun’s rays. The windows of the apartment face south-west, so you can see very beautiful sunbeams in it – their projections on the white walls.
Another feature of the apartment is the lack of standard zoning of the kitchen-living room. The kitchen surrounds the living and dining area, which perfectly reflects the dynamic lifestyle of the owner. This solution allows you to continuously chat or watch movies while cooking. Since the space is zoned very conditionally, from any point of the interior you can see almost the entire apartment, thanks to which it seems airy and complete.
The bedroom is separated from the common open space by a glass sliding partition. Thus, the space is not weighed down by a solid wall and the sleeping area is quite private and secluded. There is also a working area in the bedroom, brought to the corner glazing to be inspired by the view of the city while working.
The bedroom has collected many minor details that ultimately have a big impact on the feeling of comfort. A soft carpet by the bed, wireless charging built into the bed, swivel bedside lamps, ergonomic storage systems – all these are small but essential attributes of comfort in this interior.