The interior design of this modern apartment was heavily influenced by the building’s unique oval shape. The curved glass walls provide stunning city views and allow ample natural light to flood the space.
Project Team: Beka Pkhakadze / George Bendelava / Giorgi zakashvili / Ketevan Gogodze / Niko Malazonia / Levan Gogava
Copywriter: Mika Motskobili
Location: Tbilisi / Georgia
Type: Residential Interior
Area: 150 m2
Status: Under Construction
As you enter the apartment, the corridor narrows before opening up into the spacious living room, where the daylight is playfully reflected off of the convex surfaces. The more private areas of the home feature reflective elements such as freestanding glass wardrobes and stainless steel walls in the guest bathroom, all illuminated by RGB lighting.
The kitchen, which can be hidden from the living room by a sliding door, also features stainless steel accents.
Throughout the apartment, four distinct silhouettes can be found in the ceiling and parquet flooring. These shapes are derived from hand-sketched designs, adding a personal touch to the modern aesthetic. Warm wooden flooring and custom white forms on the ceilings provide cozy accents in the otherwise monochrome spaces.