completed the design of D74, a modern minimalist residence in Tarnowskie Góry, Poland. According to the architects, on the first floor you will find a private area for the residents: bedroom, bathroom, dressing room and daughter’s room. The bedroom is divided into two conventional zones: white – sleeping and black – wardrobe. Monochromatic colors of bedroom is broken by yellow accents in the form of a comfortable chair. In the middle of the interior a white bed was added, with an upholstered headboard fixed to the wall. The kitchen, dining room, hall and living room are four conventionally separate areas that actually link smoothly together, giving residents a sense of freedom.
The ground floor is a bright and organized in an open space, dominated by harmonious combinations of white and wood, broken by accents of black and mint. Wooden ceiling stands out in the open space of the ground floor and adds lovely visual accents in the dining area. Black TV wall creates a contrasting background for the interior elements and visually minimizes the visibility of the TV. Large windows overlooking the garden heighten the feeling of space. The bathroom on the ground floor is dominated by contrasts; the black and white tiles together with the plate in the triangles create a remarkable space. [Information provided via e-mail by Widawscy Studio Architektury]