Apartment interior in a new residential building in Holešovice, Prague. The owners, a young active couple, were looking for an oasis in the center of Prague. Project by boq architekti. Photography by Tomas Dittrich
The basic expressive elements are subdued shades, anthracite gray and black, colors that calm the mind and withstand the distinctive color accent of mustard yellow, the owner’s favorite color.
Furthermore, steel as a basic element of the entire interior, complemented by a touch of natural oak wood.
Cold steel, which intersects the entire interior, occurs in several forms. Steel tailor-made table legs were used to support the kitchen island. As the island does not reach the ground, the interior significantly relieves and interfaces living space together.
Steel shelves, which are embedded in the wall as razor blades, create a decent library.
Last but not least, steel, anthracite gray elements appear on mobile furniture and accessories – table, chairs, coffee table, and lamps.