Rationality and practicality, functionality and the absence of unnecessary details, strict geometric shapes – these are the main distinguishing features of this interior. Despite some asceticism, the interior looks quite stylish and avant-garde, being inspired by the philosophy of abstract art and works of V. Kandinsky.
The artist believed that any form corresponds to a certain color. The palette of Kandinsky’s paintings is often dominated by harmonies of cold tones, which can be traced in this interior, too. Emphasis of his philosophy was on the shape of circle, as a symbol of perfect form. A reference to the art of this abstractionist in the content of this interior can be traced in the central pattern of the carpet. This graphic element is one of the well-known works of the artist.
Freestanding furniture of strict forms is arranged as a single line in space, orderly uniting zones without clear boundaries between them. The type and design of light fittings were chosen solely for reasons of rationalism. They are located only in those areas where light is needed. Point light is not an option, but rather a rule.
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