The Eclipse by Jooca Studio
The apartment in downtown Bucharest is the home of a young couple with refined tastes and a keen eye for design.
Their desire to move the kitchen from the separate room in the initial layout, to the open-space area, was a major factor that modelled this apartment. The kitchen and living room were visually separated by a veneered wood portal, also a canvas for the circular wall lamp, resembling to a sun eclipse.
Another major furniture element that also has a space separation role is the
The kitchen cabinets, the hallway wardrobe and the bookshelves toward the living room create a massive furniture block that separates the kitchen and the entrance hallway.
The wood frame was also used in the bedroom area, where the window has been transformed into a cozy place for reading.
Pastel colors of the upholstered furniture complement the ward wood tones, and the amazing works of artist Irina Neacșu completes this apartment’s design.
Photography courtesy of Jooca Studio
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