The client contacted the Prostornina team to help them with the interior design of their holiday apartment in Koper, with a surface area of 71 square meters. The project covered a concept design, a slight adjustment of the floor plan, interior design technical drawings, a plan of micro-locations of electrical and mechanical installations, flooring replacement and a list of furniture.
Apartment interior design
Facility type: Holiday home
Client: Private client
Location: Koper, Slovenia
Surface area: 71 m2
Photography: Janez Marolt
3D visualisation: Miha Janež, Alen Udovč, DUAVIZ
Project author: Nina Galič inter. arch., Živa Lutman MFA Design
In collaboration with: Ana Jerše univ. dipl. inž. arh., Tjaša Gerdej dipl. diz.
The central part of the apartment is a bright and airy space, which combines a living room, kitchen and dining room, and gives access to the outdoor terrace with a sea view. The apartment interior design is made from natural materials such as wood, rattan and sisal in white, beige and grey shades with blue and terracotta colour accents. The floors are lined with light oak parquet, and the walls are decorated with vibrant graphics and wallpaper.
The inspiration for the seaside apartment, which will serve its owners as their escape for holidays and relaxation, the interior designers found in the sea and its calming atmosphere. The smell of Mediterranean spices and the view of the Mediterranean vegetation that designers placed indoors, create a fresh summer feeling.
The playful and youthful kitchen interior design is made of blue coloured MDF panels and perforated sheet metal, and the counter is covered with quality and durable technical stone. The kitchen island offers an additional work surface and space for preparing and serving breakfast. It is illuminated by two hanging lamps, and additional natural light passes through the roof window.
Electrical installations: Litus invest
Bathroom equipment and ceramics: Vistra Butik