A simple, streamlined and spacious vacation apartment, at the foothills of Sofia’s Vitosha mountain. Polished concrete on the floor, streamlined shapes and modern furniture in perfect sync with the state-of-the-art interior.
The first floor of a building with a large garden is converted into an apartment for peace and relaxation. A space with no clutter, ideal escape from the daily grind to meet friends for drinks and chat.
A complete makeover of an apartment in the historic centre of Sofia. If the atmosphere in it must be expressed in a single word, it should definitely be ‘minimal’. Nothing sticks out, nothing feels redundant – that’s the feeling we have tried to convey. Light, coming from the fixtures, from the materials and from our favourite colour white, and transparency through the glass partitions are the defining features of this project. We have opted for clean, minimalistic lines befitting the comfort zone of the investor. The floor remains the most prominent feature, with its irregular marble polygon shapes—an austere, solid throwback period piece. We used its pattern as a design element throughout all main areas to highlight the sixties’ classic.
We have a new project lined up for 2018 in one of Sofia’s tallest buildings under current construction: Diamond Tower. A spacious apartment with 180-degree vistas high above Sofia, with a combined daytime zone, clean straight lines and a meticulous sense of detail, comprising an organic blend of kitchen, dining area, and sitting room. The abundant light streaming in all day long has allowed us to opt for a darker colour scheme that contrasts nicely with the white marble used. A comfy armchair strategically located in the best-lit zone of the room faces the corner with the fireplace but can rotate to allow the seated person to enjoy the view in perfect repose. The wooden elements – a defining part of the general concept – continue into the master bedroom and the en-suite bathroom. Highly placed storage cabinets both separate and provide a logical link between the different rooms.
A whole new feeling of luxury and comfort. With a net floor area of 200 sq.m., the unit affords an unobstructed view of the Vitosha Park. The exacting client requirements stated in the commission inspired us to create a luxurious apartment bearing the clear imprint of the investor’s sense of style. Of course, seen through our lens, the apartment offers a heightened sense of the presence of stone surfaces and brass accents that gradually carries over from the daytime into the sleeping area. The warm colour scheme, the soft and fluid shapes and our signature style emphasize its elegant contour. The repetitive mirror surfaces reflect the graphic details while delineating the separate zones of the unit. The linear elements flow seamlessly between rooms, transforming themselves from stone into print on the surfaces of closets and hidden doors. A cosy den has also been thoughtfully provided where the owners can find a minute of respite from their busy day.
Occupying a total area of 110 square metres, this is a trendy flat in Lozenets, one of Sofia’s most exclusive neighbourhoods. Our clients’ preference for comfort and utility drove us to pay special attention to functionality without compromising the distinctively clear and minimalist lines typical of our studio. We’ve achieved an amazing balance between functionality and detail, which now makes this apartment unique. A marble wall complete with sliding doors and a built-in wine rack highlights the beauty of the living-room. Mirror surfaces reflect the light of the spaces and give a feel of spaciousness. All details are replicated in the various spaces. Warm colours enhance the feeling of style and comfort.
Penthouse suite in Sofia /2016/ Like all two-storey homes, this project also features a living-room area on the lower level, which cleverly combines a kitchen, a dining-room and a living-room. All of them are interconnected and together form a single space, though the kitchen can be closed off with glass doors without detracting from the entirety of the space. The transparency of the glass ensures the size of the space remains intact, at the same time keeping away noise and smell. This material has seamlessly been copied into the dining-room, where it adorns the dining table. True to our style, we simply couldn’t do without stone, so two of the walls have onyx decoration. Every inch of the living-room affords a view of the centrepiece decorative fireplace. A wooden staircase with two stone steps leads up to the top level, which of course has the master bedroom with a walk-in closet, as well as two nurseries. The bedroom has been fitted with the same materials and colours as the lower level. As before, there is also wood and stone. The white marble that we’ve used here gives a feel of spaciousness and cleanliness. The children’s hobbies have informed the design of their respective rooms.
Sofia Project/ 2016 This is another penthouse suite on two levels, where we have implemented our latest ideas in line with global trends in interior design. Stone, concrete, wood, metal, wool, and natural materials all enhance the beauty of this home. The living-room area is on the lower level and includes two separate spaces – a kitchen with a dining-room and a TV and recreation area. An airy staircase leads up to the upper level, which has two separate bedrooms with a bathroom. The distinctively eclectic style gives a feel of elegance and taste.
The ‘Miele Point’ Showroom /2015 Two separate showrooms with a total area of 110 square metres, joined into a single space, are the new hotspot of the household equipment leader Miele. Adding to the flexible design of the ‘Red Apple’ residential building in Sofia, we’ve created a cosy feel for a business which sells household equipment and domestic appliances. This building with no right angles and axes in six different directions, has inspired us to combine design and functionality in shapes and spaces integrated into the interior. The sloping terrain has been managed with wooden platforms which cover up all the structural support, as well as the water and electricity infrastructure. The studio’s style is highlighted by the idea to display the equipment and the appliances in a kitchen environment, as they would be in an actual home.
А penthouse in the skirts of Vitosha Mountain, 550 square meters, completed in September 2014, Sofia. The living room and the dining room are on the first floor, overlooking the mountain, as well as the bedrooms, which remain hidden in a composition representing a library finished in onyx and merging into partitioning doors in MDF. The bedroom follows the design line of the living room and overlooks the bathroom and the hanging closet. Separated by a glass partition, the bathroom merges completely into the interior. There is a fireplace both in the living room and the bedroom which further intensifies the sense of comfort. Console reinforced massive stairs lead to the upper level, where an office and a home SPA are situated. The SPA leads to a spacious terrace equipped with a barbeque and providing a beautiful view of the city.
A small flat in the capital’s downtown, completed in 2014, Sofia. Fully optimized 60 square meters with an incorporated terrace as part of the living room. Plain forms and simple design combine both functionality and aesthetic design. Following a reconstruction of the flat now there is a living room with a dining room, guest WC, a bedroom with a built-in wardrobe and a hanging closet, and a large bathroom. The passage through the premises is accomplished through partitioning sliding doors, merging into the interior.The client’s interest in art brings more style and aesthetics to the interior.
The project was drafted in 2014 in Sofia. An avant-garde solution with an area of 37 square meters turned into a small flat with a separate living room and a bedroom. A glass partition with a decorative element in mat finishing separates the daytime and night-time areas, creating ethereality and a feeling of spaciousness. The artistic personality of our client allowed us to make a small, modern and functional student’s flat where the attitude towards materials and details is dominant. Innovative technologies and materials are used in order to reach a minimalist style.
Anavant - garde private home project which boasts a trendy design achieved with facets that spill from the furniture onto the surfaces, thereby creating a flexible dynamic space. A study, a kitchen and storage volumes remain hidden behind the plain shapes.
Flat in Sofia, 127 square meters.
Ongoing project. Reconstruction stage complete.
Modern design with an eclectic touch. The client’s style favors the keen attention to detail. The wave highlighting the ceiling conceals all the construction details of the building, such as beams and dips. A curve line is showcased in the furniture solution for the entrance-hall and the bedroom.
Apartment, 249 square meters, first floor, with a surrounding terrace of 43 square meters.
Finished in May, 2013.
Complete reconstruction, combine together two flats in order to create a spacious living room, dining room and bedrooms. The owners’ environmental consciousness meant that the interior project was carried out only with natural materials, including wood, metal, stone and cotton.
Six sliding doors divide the living room from the entrance to the flat, creating an entrance hall, wardrobe and bedroomsand in this way ensuring optimum peace and quiet in each individual area.
Penthouse in Sofia, 187 square metres.
Project designed in 2011.
The main idea is to recreate the atmosphere of an old house.
Natural materials have been used for all the furniture. Behind the island made up of chrome and nickel, four sliding doors close off a kitchen and a working space.
The wooden surface behind the dining room table conceals a cupboard, while the wooden surface in the entrance hall separates the bedrooms and serves as a rack for shoes.
A delicate staircase leads to the flat’s balcony.
Finished in July 2012, Sofia
“Complete Dental Solutions” is a dental practice.
Three areas: reception area and lab, two surgery rooms and an office.
The space is painted mostly in white, creating a feeling of cleanliness and hygiene. The mirrors in the reception area add volume to the small space, reflecting a transparent ceiling which diffuses light. The feeling of cleanliness is enhanced by a fish tank.
Apartment, 157 square meters, terrace 32 square meters, completed in August 2010/ Sofia.
Top floor in a new residential building, of the loft type. Two large volumes separate the bedrooms and nurseries from the living room, creating an entrance hall and a corridor which leads to the terrace. Spacious dining room and living room, with a fireplace and recreation area. The design of the two nurseries takes into account the children’s gender. They have been separated from the rest of the flat and have their own entrance and bathroom. The transfer of materials to all rooms heightens the sense of comfort and taste.
Apartment, 121 square meters, terrace, 75 square meters, completed in November 2010/ Sofia.
Partial reconstruction in order to make the best possible use of space. Living room joined to kitchen and dining room. A glass partition projected from the corridor to the recreation area opens up a view from the entrance to the mountain.
All construction elements of the building, including the wiring and other systems, are covered by natural walnut surfaces and MDF painted in white.
Two rooms – a living room and a nursery, both with hidden doors. Each part of the flat has access to the terrace, which also conforms to the design.
Penthouse, 154 square meters, terrace, 62 square meters, completed in 2009/ Kyustendil.
The lower level has been set aside for the bedrooms of the flat.
The living room area occupies the upper level. The kitchen design merges from one material into another, setting off the bathroom and ending in a study. Boards in the living room go round a wardrobe and a cupboard and culminate in a home cinema area. The unconventional area at the back has sofas facing the mountain.
A simple modern design; office situated in central Sofia.
Completed in 2009/ Sofia.
Surfaces made of MDF painted in white separate a small kitchen on the left and a sanitary facility on the right. All company papers are placed behind black glass. A door leads to the manager’s office.
Apartment, 92 square meters, completed in August 2008/ Sofia.
The high ceilings create a feeling of spaciousness in this small home.
Maximum optimization involving two bedrooms, a kitchen and a living room.
The owner’s dominant presence steered the project towards seeking solutions with floral motifs. They were taken into consideration when choosing textiles, damask cloths, and tiles, as well as in the design of interior doors.
Apartment, 184 square meters, completed in October 2008/ Sofia.
A plain interior with separate daytime and nighttime areas divided by sliding doors. Both have been designed so as to give access to a study, a bedroom, a nursery and a sanitary facility. There is a service area behind two of the doors. A volume separating the entrance hall from the living room closes off the space, conceived as a built-in wardrobe, merging into the design of the fireplace.
The bedroom interior features a storage space hidden by a furniture wall.
Apartment in Sofia, 133 square meters, completed in 2008.
The interior follows the lines of geometric shapes. Built into volumes, the furniture creates a plain interior. An interplay between the colour of cappuccino and wenge achieves a contrast in the living room. The bathroom is finished in the same colour, with natural materials. This design is replicated in the master bedroom and in the nurseries, striking a balance between polished surfaces and soft textiles.