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Bak Studio: Minimalist Delight Project

Project name:
Minimalist Delight Project
Architecture firm:
Bak Studio
Helsinki, Finland
Tools used:
AutoCAD, Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Design team:
Morteza Alimohammadi, Tina Tajaddod
Built area:
About 72 m²
Site area:
Design year:
February 2024
Completion year:
Morteza Alimohammadi, Tina Tajaddod
Concept - Design
Residential › Apartment

Bak Studio: Simplicity Nook Minimalist Delight is “Discovering the joy in simplicity, one cozy nook at a time…”

Discover the epitome of serene living with "Simplicity Nook Minimalist Delight." Nestled within the cozy confines of minimalism, this tranquil corner invites you to unwind and revel in the beauty of simplicity. Immerse yourself in the calming ambiance, where every detail is thoughtfully curated to evoke a sense of peace and tranquility. From the clean lines to the understated elegance, this nook is a sanctuary for those who seek solace in the simplicity of life. Embrace the minimalist lifestyle and discover the true delight of finding joy in the little things. Welcome to your haven of minimalist bliss.

Using Nude Colors In This Minimal Design Project;

So can create a serene and sophisticated atmosphere while maintaining the simplicity and elegance characteristic of minimalist aesthetics.Designing a minimal apartment involves creating a space that is both visually serene and functional. Here are some key considerations and tips for designing such a space:

Color Palette: Beige will be your primary color, providing a neutral backdrop for the entire space. Complement beige with other neutral tones such as white, ivory, taupe, and soft greys to maintain a cohesive and calming atmosphere.

Clean Lines and Simplicity: Minimalist design emphasizes clean lines and simplicity. Choose furniture and decor pieces with sleek, streamlined silhouettes to create an uncluttered look. Avoid ornate or overly decorative items that may disrupt the minimalist aesthetic.

Functional Furniture:Select furniture pieces that are both stylish and functional. Opt for multifunctional furniture such as storage ottomans, nesting tables, or wall-mounted shelves to maximize space efficiency in a small apartment.

Limited Decor:Keep decor accessories to a minimum to maintain the minimalist vibe. Choose a few carefully curated pieces such as geometric sculptures, potted plants, or minimalist artwork to add visual interest without overwhelming the space.

Texture and Materials:Introduce texture and visual interest through the use of different materials such as wood, glass, metal, and textiles. Consider incorporating natural materials like wood or rattan to add warmth and depth to the predominantly neutral color scheme.

Lighting:Lighting plays a crucial role in minimalist design. Opt for soft, diffused lighting with recessed fixtures, pendant lights, or floor lamps to create a warm and inviting ambiance. Consider incorporating natural light by keeping window treatments sheer or translucent to maximize brightness.

Clutter-Free Environment:Maintain a clutter-free environment by prioritizing storage solutions. Invest in sleek storage units, built-in cabinets, or concealed storage options to keep belongings organized and out of sight.

Balance and Symmetry:Achieve visual balance and symmetry by carefully arranging furniture and decor elements. Aim for symmetry in layout and spacing to create a sense of harmony and order within the space.

Personal Touches:While minimalism emphasizes simplicity, don't forget to infuse the space with your personality and personal touches. Select decor items or artwork that resonate with you and reflect your individual style.

Continual Editing: Minimalist design is about editing and refining the space to its essential elements. Continually evaluate the space and edit out any unnecessary or redundant items to maintain the minimalist aesthetic.

By Stephany Mata Garcia

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