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Apartment ExO

The owners of this apartment wanted a functional and minimalist layout. We chose affordable materials and used simple finishes to keep the cost downs. Work in progress. More pictures soon.
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Apartment AMC

The project consisted of transforming and renovating a 68 sqm apartment in a new building in Bucharest. The owners wanted to convert a 1 bedroom apartment to 2 bedrooms. We tried to maximize the space. Now, the kitchen and living room share the same area. The kitchen island who acts as a divider between the kitchen zone and the living zone is flexible so it can be moved around the open living space. We used a clean colour palette to make space feel bigger, with blue and pale green as accent colours. We designed the custom furniture. The kitchen and living room is made with foiled MDF fronts and Blum fittings. Work in progress. More pictures soon.  
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Protected: Apartment D

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Protected: Apartment BW

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Protected: Apartment A&G

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Apartment no.7

The objective was to create a functional, highly comfortable and sophisticated apartment with all services, comfort and atmosphere of an upscale hotel. Clean lines and neutral tones are primary characteristics for the applied design concept. In the living room, a nice sofa allows a comfortable place to relax and think which promotes a very chic, and modern aesthetic. The hanging fixtures from the living room produce diffuse light for a pleasing environment while acting themselves as aesthetic accents. The featured paintings were created by George Zgura; the photographs of this renovated apartment were taken by us. Construction management: Giani Panzaru HVAC: Marian Văluță, Arbemi Instal Srl
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Atelier Lilou

    Atelier Lilou is a new beauty care centre located in the historic heart of Constanta, Romania. The brief was to design something fresh, elegant and sophisticated. The project included interior architecture, branding, photography, adv and a responsive website.  The resulting interior beautifully complements the historic neighbourhood. The Atelier Lilou identity is a mix of bohemian and modern. The naming for the brand arises from the owner's surname (Lili). Also, we took inspiration from the flower of Lilium and extended it across the branding and interior architecture.  We designed Atelier Lilou's new identity with the mission to communicate quality and sophistication without losing approachability. Additionally, to maintain brand and aesthetic consistency we used the same colours and typography for the website. The pattern also appears on the reverse of the business cards as well. What results is a curated mix of flower pattern and paired with a type-driven mark for a modern approach with vintage sensibilities. We also provided responsive web design services so that the website performs beautifully on all devices like tablets and smartphones. The result is a brand that’s perfectly aligned with the look and feel of the beauty care centre. The furniture is custom made […]
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