Today, Vintage Industrial Style Blog will take you to an amazing Art Déco Apartment, designed by one of the best architects: Denis Košutić.
Denis Košutić is a renowned Austrian architect that keeps prooving that his work is a “anti-traditional perception of the role of architecture in the modern world manifests itself”. With a wide portfolio with stunning design projects from all types – commercial, corporate, hospitality and resindential – he considers that architecture is a subjet of consumption, an must not be seen as a “monument for eternity”. Continue scrolling because we are about to open the doors of this Art Déco Apartment Z!
Denis Košutić is the master mind behind a wide portfolio of design projects that are always evolving. He creates the very first sketch, thinks about a concept, color palette, and the planning also includes the “elaboration of new strategies (…) invention and establishment of codes that prompt people and brands to feel modern, unique and sought-after”, claims the architecture design firm.
Denis believes that the key of success is the attention to detail, that is why he works alongside with h graphic designers, pr advisors and furniture producers; choosing the best lighting and furnishing for his design projects. It i imporant to understand what the client envisions, always having the right balance between aesthetics and fucntionality. One of Denis’ biggest challenges is to incorporate the latest design and fashion trends in his projects, today, we’ll see how he was able to manage this in this stunning art déco residential project.
But, what is Art Déco?
“Art Deco, also called style moderne, movement in the decorative arts and architecture that originated in the 1920s and developed into a major style in western Europe and the United States during the 1930s. Its name was derived from the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, held in Paris in 1925, where the style was first exhibited. Art Deco design represented modernism turned into fashion. Its products included both individually crafted luxury items and mass-produced wares, but, in either case, the intention was to create a sleek and antitraditional elegance that symbolized wealth and sophistication”
Image Credit: Denis Košutić
This eye-catching living room décor is different from everything we’ve ever seen. The wallpaper, the rug and the bolf fabrics of the furnoshing are adding layers and layers of contrast and depth to the space. Here we can see that using the same color palette can have pros, because it’s possible to add details, different textures and patterns without having the feeling that is it over the top.
Wallpapering a room has its pros and cons, but when using the proper one, it’s impossible to say no! This great gatsby inspired wallpaper is killing us!
One thing that is also important is to add a hint of a bold color, and of course, add golden or silver elements to the art déco inspired living room.
Adding plants to the home décor is also an important and interesting point. Denis is using one of the latest design trends to make out daily basis better. This idea has health, environmental, and economic benefits, and although its name was coined in recent history, indicators of biophilia design have been seen in architecture from as far back as the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
The appearance of the natural world, with its rich diversity of shapes, colors, and life, is universally appreciated and brings you several benefits, such as:
– Reduces stress levels
– Increases productivity
– Reduces sick days
– Makes workplaces more attractive
– Reduces pollution and cleans the air by reducing noise levels
– Boosts creativity levels
The bedroom décor is softer. A typical Scandinavian design – clean lines and neutral colors – with a little boldness of the patterns of the wallpaper and rug.
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