Saturday, 11 May 2013

The Most Beautiful Homes in the World: Apartment in Sofia, Bulgaria, by dontDIY

Proving that big and lavish is not always better, an apartment in Sofia’s city centre caught my attention for its simple and clean interior design and custom-made furniture.

Located on the first floor of an old building, the apartment was recently refurbished by Bulgarian studio dontDIY mindful of the client’s wishes for more natural light and a contemporary design. To achieve this brief, several elements (such as the kitchen, fireplace, fridge, washing machine, air-conditioning and bedroom closet) were built-in or hidden inside storage furniture. In addition, the white walls and wooden floors provided a warm and yet contemporary feel.

Furnishings included a light blue Scandinavian sofa and the black swivelling wall light Potence designed by Jean Prouvé in 1950 for Vitra. dontDIY added a few other pieces, namely a custom-made plywood desk, coffee table and a bed with a faux baroque design.

Photographs courtesy of dontDIY

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