This blog is for Filipinos who love their homes. Our homes today are smaller than in the past but it doesn't mean we can't make it beautiful. We have information about Small Space Design and Furniture; Green Home Ideas; DIY Home Ideas; Home Makeovers; and, a Guide to Purchasing Property.
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to Own.ph: Simple and clean lines with cleverly built-in storage walls is the
secret to the appeal of this small apartment.
Parasite Studio's appropriately named White Studio apartment
is as crisp and clean as brand new linen sheets, with elements of
neoplasticism's philosophy of reduction of both form and colour to the
essentials. Partitions have been thoughtfully designed to open up to let in additional
light into separated rooms, while other parts open to reveal a plethora of
storage options, including dollops of colour inside niches that break up the
monotone starkness of a predominately white interior...
Architect's Parasite Studios described the project
as such at Arch Daily as "an intervention where the white color is
dominant and plays the role of a clean and immaculate background on which the
main theme of the apartment is evolving - the furniture, which is treated as a
unitary contemporary insertion. The effect of the interior design is based on
the contrasts between support/insertion, old/new, permanent/temporary. The
basic themes of the design are the rhythm of the paneling of the furniture
pieces, the cuts and the cut-outs within them that follow the rhythm and the
modulations of an idea of musicality", a design influenced directly by the
owner's passion for jazz music (the little moments of colour are perhaps the
high notes of this architectural musical piece).
Inspiration wise, there are a few retail options out there
that offer you similar options to divide a large space while offering hidden
storage: the IKEA Pax Wardrobe can be used as a partition and storage
unit, and AT reader Alex showed us how to use as-is pieces from
IKEA to create an expansive room divider with a less stark effect.