This house is an epitome of how the designer reproduces the classical into a modern interior with great ease and refined elegance. His main goal is to create an illusion for a spacious area and depth of field, despite the limited square surface of the house. He is very relaxed about using dark colors, which goes counter to the assumption that they optically shrink the space. He introduces a brave design of excluding and multiplying volumes and spaces. The dark brown wood (wenge) lends the interior solidity and consistency, and the large mirror surfaces give depth, light and a special gauzy feel to the house.
The individual products (sofa, stools, cabinets, shelves, frieze, etc.) are designed in detail. You can view detailed information about each product catalog on this site.