Achieving consistency, simplicity and beauty is every interior designer's dream. Many struggle, but only a few actually succeed. Architects from Z-AXIS DESIGN belong to the latter group of winners. They managed to turn a old-fashioned apartment into a gorgeous and harmonious home.
What makes it stand out, is that it beautifully blends white-painted walls and ceilings - which are typical for minimal interiors - with a palette of fresh colours such as warm brown, bright green, purple, and iron blue. These are quite interesting and unusual choices that bring a lot of freshness and life into the apartment. Bold colours play the leading role in the space and were applied irregularly. For instance, one wall in the living room is painted blue, while the other is lime green, with large white panels fastened to it.
The result is very impressive and draws a distinctive line between the living space and other chambers. The kitchen is minimally equipped, except for the necessary naturally-hued appliances and equipment. A sliding door made of black glossy metal separates the kitchen from the living room and bedroom. The latter differs from the rest of the apartment as it was painted light brown. It is full of cozy, homely furniture and has plenty of room for personal accents, which - given that home was designed for a newly wed couple - is essential.
A mixture of seemingly different colour palettes and design approaches doesn't do the Taiwaneese apartment any harm. Perhaps in another place this combination wouldn't work out, but in this case rawness of the whites and warmth of the other colours make the interior modern and consistent.