Bright walls, lots of light, a light creative mess, somewhere there is always a porcelain saucer with a fresh croissant and a Cup of steaming coffee, and the Windows offer a view of at least the Champs Elysees. These associations are the first to come to mind when we talk about the French interior. What ingredients does it actually consist of and can the Bohemian atmosphere of Paris take root on the basis of a Russian apartment?
Parisian interior = stucco + parquet
Typical Parisian apartments in houses of the Ottoman period are unthinkable without two main components: stucco and parquet. Continue reading
Stone is a symbol of stability and strength.
In interiors, marble looks elegant and dignified. Such products used to appear only in palaces and rich houses, as stone processing took a lot of time, effort, and cost a lot.
Our time is the age of speed, information, and innovation. The technology of cast stone appeared due to the discovery of polymers in the mid-twentieth century and made more accessible products made of marble, granite and onyx.
Artificial stone is a collective concept for various types of composite materials that imitate the appearance and similar properties to natural stone. 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