Black&White is forever and Russian for Fish studio knows it very well as proved by their project in London’s Bethnal Green. Finished in 2013, it concerned a building dating from early Eighties which used to host a bakery before being turned into a condo. Despite this is not a luxury apartment, the result is quite stunning: the interior features white walls and furniture such as wood minimalistic pieces in the living room which presents also a little touch of color due to the light-blue fridge by Smeg as well as the fuchsia chair legs. The all white feel is perfectly clashed by the black floor with a Sixties optical design which is the main feature of the whole space.
The place has been enriched with a further window facing east to catch sunlight in the morning; moreover, the interior also features bending walls to create both an open or divided space. A project based on following the clients’ budget by selecting useful materials to satisfy any customer as quick as possible.
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