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The brief for Mood&More team was to create a new home that enriches the quality time spent with family and friends, offering a subdued, warm and refined environment that allows for appreciation of its beautiful natural surroundings.
We have used a sandy palette and sculptural details in this residential penthouse offering panoramic views of the river and park. We blended sophisticated Italian feel and the contemporary influences in an abstract way, emulating the contrasts between the two in a harmonic and unified design, with a splash of colour.
Rather neutral pallet was chosen in order to enhance the significance of Jean Paul Espinosa carpet as well as 3meter long painting, that both burst colour.
Tucked away on the 4th floor of the Loop Hotel, the terrace is where Vilnius skyline meets a green garden. We were commissioned by the owner of the hotel to transform this plain looking rooftop, spread across 300m2, into a modern and welcoming retreat. The philosophy behind the design was to create an intimate space – a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the busy city life. The first idea that came to our minds was to create a secret garden in the city that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Walnut tones signify a resurgence for unexpected glamour, and provide a new take on MODERN LUXE.
Brushed bronze facades and smoky mirrors are the perfect finishing touches to add an extra intimacy.
Fusion of WALNUT, GOLD, BRASS, BLACK AND MARBLE gives a more SOPHISTICATED FEEL to the space.
The main idea of the interior was to create a bold and SEDUCTIVE AND ARTISTIC SPACE using PARISIAN ELEMENTS and accents from the New York SOHO.
The storyline of interior was about an extravagant and brave FRENCHWOMAN and her FEMINIST AURA. Thus, the bold story required not only the exquisite layout of the central bar, but also the bold, bright and sweet interior design. The colours of the velvet chosen for the furniture are bold but playful: blue, pink, purple predominates ,but the texture is gentle. Glossy surfaces, various shapes of mirrors and hanging plants have been used to ENHANCE PLAYFULNESS – reminding of the flowering gardens in Paris.
1896 Abandoned hotel was reborn in a new daring way, with a new use -night club. Design was driven by existing architecture, distinctive architectural elements in order to revive luxury, yet eclectic feel with Hotel theme.
The main task was to preserve the architectural interior structure and cultural heritage objects and to give the spaces a different format by using new forms.
High ceilings were maintained to avoid losing the grandeur of the spaces. Old fragments of doors and stairs have also been preserved, but properly “dragged” into the desired aesthetic.
Modern and industrial elements like glass arches and rough old brick walls were revealed and everything was painted with the help of metal structures. Arches and checkered flooring as well as accessories and furniture from local antique shops brought this WOW effect.
Making sterile office bistro, more dynamic, airy, fresh yet cosy.
This is the space where Scandinavian aesthetics meet through an emphasis on natural materials and an overall sense of contemporary feel. The main intent was to soften up the space with rich natural textures complimented by earthy colour pallet in tiles. The play of light and plants gives the sense of freshness.
Corporate can be FRESH SCANDINAVIAN CHIC
Featuring an opulent style and an understated elegance of the building facade the luxurious and classy modern apartments were made in grandeur and extravagance. The main task was to design a new layout consisting of small apartments for a short term living with style.
Located in Monaco, these apartments have been finished with sophisticated materials, a stunning neutral colour scheme and exquisitely crafted furniture. The decorative accessories have been chosen to enhance the feel of the time the building was built as well as the clever lighting enhances the sumptuous ambiance and bright, airy spaces.
MINIMISING UNNECESSARY. A residential suite for young lady in Kaunas, focuses on bringing the appeal of a cabin getaway into the heart of the city. The suite interior takes inspiration from nature and ultra modern city feel and creates a contemporary translation through refinement of materiality and detailing to reflect the urban condition. Natural marble, clean white stone, silky concrete floors, glass and natural wood panels – are the main tools in order to create this bright minimalistic interior. The environment prioritise natural light, the use of the highest quality finishes and refined construction detailing to express how essentialism redefines traditional perceptions of luxury.
This concept was made to reveal the American spirit in modern way. The interior is dark and seductive, so many glossy finishes are used, several types of metal are mixed and natural finishes are used. An important task was to create a “controlled” American chaos and create a delicate restaurant interior. While the space is rich with playful textures of furniture and butter, the main idea of the interior came from the “Air Stream”, as the interior is full of curved and round metal hand-crafted construction that impresses by playing with light.
Elegant, timeless design reflecting surroundings and character of well traveled intelligent family were accomplished in this apartment interior.
A family house in seaside of Lithuania with a modern and minimalist look makes the B&B Italia and Minotti furnishings stand out and interact harmoniously with the outdoor. Game of contrasting two tone wood, complimented by copper elements. Brave lighting decisions combine elegance and courageous attitude.
While the project is located near the Baltic Sea, the main goal was to blend the surrounding nature with the interior. Therefore, many natural surfaces were used to accomplish this.
There is something very luxurious about the grand combination of misty veined WHITE MARBLE and MILD WOOD GRAIN. The grey patterning in the marble works in perfect harmony with the blonde tone of the wood and CREATES CONTINUITY throughout the home. BRASS DETAILS compliments the mood of the apartment and finishes the look.
The main feature of this apartment style is the unfinished look that focuses on combining bare and rough surfaces with a clean and flat finish.
DARK CONCRETE walls often look rough, but we didn’t hurry to polish and seal them just yet. This brutal aesthetic played well with BRONZE fillings and CONTRASTING TONES, softened by a light textured sofa, creating CALM and yet INTIMATE ATMOSPHERE.
This apartment went through a complete renovation in the middle of the Old town.
The main concept was to achieve a flexible and luxurious cosy space where classic feel intertwines with modern decisions.
Colour contrast – designed to draw attention to the classic details. Dark grey walls with classic decor are used. Only modern furniture is used which gives lightness to the classic interior. White marble and gold details used to enhance the luxury.
Character of exclusive architectural spaces brought us to design ultra modern and luxurious apartment in the cave. The main task – was to make comfortable and timeless spaces.
The DARK AND INTIMATE scheme with bright splashes of colour, using LUXURY BLACK MARBLE material, WALNUT and pattern WOOD PANELS.
Walnut and black marble can complement each other to create a modern and chic backdrop that will stand out regardless of the style and the surrounding decor
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