According to Internet wisdom: before you step out of your comfort zone, it is necessary first to enter it. In the Wake of the popularity of open layouts, interiors began to actively get rid of partitions, doors, and even walls. In practice, it turned out that this is not very convenient — no privacy. Functional areas in a residential space can and should be allocated. We talk about universal zoning techniques in the interior.
In Soviet interiors, the conversation about zoning was short: they put a wall-sideboard in the middle of the living room, and that’s an additional room. Continue reading
The Bauhaus originated a hundred years ago, revolutionizing the design world. New forms, new materials, and, most importantly, new ideas inspired artists, sculptors, and architects to transform the surrounding reality through art and industry. The face of the Bauhaus is the cosmically strict face of the new age. The future that became the present. Let’s find out how this multi-faceted and deeply philosophical style was formed and whether its elements will find a place in a modern interior.
The history of the Bauhaus style begins in 1919 in Weimar. It was a school of construction and construction, and its first Director was Walter Gropius. Continue reading