This conceptual condominium, by Anna Marinenko, is positively bursting with vibrant decor selections within the selection of paint, furnishings, and equipment, however the vivacious palette finds success on this small area by limiting the hues, combining solely two colours amidst clear white and fleeting bases of black and gray.
The artist states: “The thought is to make a colourful and brilliant inside, however don’t overdo it with colours, and don’t get in the long run white inside with small spots of colour, though additionally it is very good, however too easy. I hope I used to be capable of finding a center floor.”
The daring pink and yellow colour story begins on the entrance door and continues all through the whole condominium, with an general look harking back to a pop artwork portray (or dare we are saying it, a bit of like a McDonalds Pleased Meal?) This décor scheme gained’t be for everybody admits Marinenko “The house is designed for a brief keep in it, for instance, for visitors or for being alone there and take a break from the day by day monotonous life.”
The chandelier over the eating desk loosely imitates paint drips, apparently the sunshine shades are an space devoid of shade in distinction to the vivid accent partitions and flashes of up to date furnishings and equipment, however the spherical theme may be discovered everywhere in the design in lamps, tableware, and within the ‘Japan Clock’ by Marinenko herself, which all present good distinction towards the selection of angular seating and sharp shade-matched shelving.
The unique clock idea was born from the Japanese flag and blood drops on water, designed as a tribute to the Japanese individuals who suffered loss in the course of the big tsunami and earthquake on March eleven, 2011. “This Japan clock”, she explains, “will remind us the sounds of cry and tear of bloods that flooded Japan through the catastrophe”: