When it comes to luxury homes, we probably picture something like this one. A project by Sofiia Zhurko and Olena Oliinyk featuring architectural and decorative elements from high-end European brands and surfaces from the Petra collection by Inalco.
"Ground floor living" is the key idea behind this project: no stairs or corridors and complete freedom of movement on a single level. A concept in which geometry and linearity play an essential role. The house traces simple forms and straight lines, with flooring and walls featuring the Petra collection, enhancing the sense of spaciousness that can be sensed throughout. What's more, the interior design is based on the principle of vertical planes, playing with various finishes to create a sensation of three-dimensionality in the space. And here, once again, Petra offers a sure-fire solution.
"THE HOUSE TRACES SIMPLE FORMS AND STRAIGHT LINES, WITH PETRA PROVIDING A FOCAL POINT"
It is Petra's vertical nature that allows for the elimination of corridors and the creation of a diaphanous space that prioritises natural light, especially in the living room, where the light floods the space freely, thanks to the split-level layout and a ceiling more than five metres in height.
The décor is essentially minimalistic, with the furniture and the designer lamps providing the decorative elements. The sofas and armchairs, as well as the small tables and even the plant pots, are all essential parts of a project that could easily be considered a work of art within the field of interior design.