This design house, marked by a breathtaking look on the city of Vilnius, follows the industrial style: rough materials, tubes in plain sight and different finishes.
Gintare Masilionyte Kakure designed the home interiors; they show a strong personality focused on the detail. You can easily recognize industrial elements melted with refined aspects: the result is amazingly contemporary, in perfect line with the urban spirit of the Lithuanian town. Tomassini Arredamenti have selected the best brands furniture for the customers.
Firstly it is possible to recognize the industrial style in the rough ceilings, in the underground furniture and in the finishes. Wood and cement play a key role in the rooms giving them a strong personality and, at the same time, personalizing them.
Nothing is hidden. The tubes are visible: they are placed on the ceiling creating an original and modern decoration. The grey is the leitmotif of the whole project. It is the central idea which put together all the rooms but, at the same time, they are also all different in shapes and textures.
In the living area we can find eight Bar Stud stools made by Diesel with Moroso; they match with a table with the wooden top recalling the kitchen nuances. Lamps in different sizes and heights enrich the dining area.
The main attraction of the living area is the elegant Windsor sofa by Arketipo. It is a refined piece of furniture on the edge between art and design. The sofa stands out for its hand-made capitonnè quilting.
A particular attention for the lighting marks the double bedroom. A backlit wooden panel recalls the motif of the floor; it also surrounds the bed creating a cozy corner.
Thanks to its double covering in leather and fabric, the Auto-Reverse Dream bed by Arketipo is able to underline the rock style of the house.
For the other bedroom, the designer has opted for a space saving solution. Here you can find “multitasking” furniture, the bed closes up giving the chance to change the look of the room.
In conclusion, the bathroom is a very creative room. The particular design of the covering creates a three-dimensional motif which enriches the walls.
The focus is on the Ego Stud Mirror by Diesel with Moroso. It is an original and eccentric piece of furniture: a black leather “stud” belt sustains it; moreover this belt recalls the design of the stools of the living area. The Cage Rocket lamp by Diesel with Moroso is another recall to the industrial style, in fact it takes inspiration from the miners’ lamps.
Darius Gumbrevičius (www.grafas.lt) and Andrius Stepankevičius (andstep.com) took all the pictures.
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