Madelaine is a two-storey house based in a small town called “New”. The interior was created for a married couple with two small children. The interior was designed by Marra Group, architecture / interior and product design firm from Kiev.
“The house consists of a main zone which includes an entrance room, a kitchen and a living room; The sleeping area consists of a main bedroom and a children’s room (for two 5 years boys). Also in the sleeping area is the office with two seats. In the basement there is a recreation area – a cinema, a gym and a wardrobe. The basic requests of the customer was to create a house cosiness and quiet colors. As the house is in the forest, we decided that the main finishing material would be a tree. In addition to the natural tone of the wood, we added different tones of gray and brown. In addition to the nuanced colors, there is an additional contrast in almost every functional area. Thanks to this technique (the use of opposite colors) the overall impression of the interior is radically changing for the better. It is very important in modern design to correctly combine warm and cold colors,” said Marra Group