Variation Of Wood In HM Apartment
Wood has always been considered a popular material in interior designs, whether classic or modern. Wood materials bring elegance and warmth to any space where it is present, contributing to bring people closer to nature. And wooden floor, bookshelf, table, chair, etc. have given HM Apartment below a quiet and peaceful feeling pleasing all family members.
HM Apartment is a 100sqm apartment designed by APDI Architecture including a living room connecting to the dining room, a kitchen with partition next to the balcony and three bedrooms. To better suit the needs of a couple with two small children, the architect changed the ratio between the function rooms to optimize the living space and bring a personal living experience.
In addition to optimizing the living space, the architect also brought into HM Apartment the interior design with a personalised mark for this project. The highlight of the apartment is the wooden wall cabinet system combined with a children’s bedroom partition. The cabinet system has a 30 – cm thickness with a structure of interlocking solid – hollow cells. In the interior of the children’s bedroom, empty cells are designed in places that are easy for children to reach. In contrast, outside the hallway, the solid cells in the children’s bedrooms become bookshelves and common areas for the whole family.
In addition to the convenient wooden cabinets, other storage spaces in home are designed to be full wall cabinets to optimize the area. The apartment is always in a bright and neat state thanks to the use of two main tones of white and brown wood. Besides, the neutral color in some concrete walls becomes the personality highlight of the apartment.
Next to the living room and kitchen is a small balcony. This area is paved with wooden planks combined with gravels to “turn” the monotonous balcony into a small garden with different potted plants.
HM Apartment with smart and practical renovation ideas can become a suitable suggestion for many apartments.
Article: Dilys Do
Photos: APDI Architecture.