Contemporary Design Compact Interior Experiment
Snarkitecture architect Brooklyn, New York, USA doing some interior design experiment in contemporary style by creating a compact interior design on private retreat of 90 m2 contained within a larger area of 2.500 m2. The site which chosen as experiment project is an existing store which the volume is installed as a gift balanced on a shelf. Within this volume contains a simple and affordable a place to sleep and dress. In this case, this interior design experiment has been used as permanent housing for one of the partners Snarkitecture. This compact interior project was conceived as a design experiment and construction was accelerated completed within two months.
The architect of this compact interior design was designing a staircase leads up through a trapdoor hidden in the ground, entering a nursing home in the tree type, consisting only of a bed and a closet. 25.000 gradient colors of gray areas lining the walls, starting from the darkest near the floor and clear approach the sky, where it is illuminated with a grid made of transparent panels that reveal a texture similar to that of retro wall was use in this contemporary style interior design.