QUANT is a luxury residential project in the 1950s building in Stuttgart. The exclusive complex is located within walking distance of the city center, and the best designers of the country worked on the interior of the apartment. In the decoration of this elegant two-story apartment were used natural shades. Modernity of the interior design is emphasized by stylish decor items, and light, glamorous hits define curved lines of some details.
A cosy living room of a rectangular shape meets guests with a comfortable sofa, a round dining table and a classic fireplace with a modern floor lamp. A soft ceiling lightning is complemented with a stylish floor lamp. For wood storage there is a niche that serves, at the same time, as a decoration of this premise. Another small niche is used for books and small decor. It is complemented with illumination, creating a sense of depth and volume. The dining table is illuminated with lamps-spheres of the author’s work, made by order of the designers. The spheres hung from the ceiling’s height of the second floor. The curtains made of a thin translucent material, as a heavy textile is not very suitable in a small room, so the authors of the project chose this light material.
The kitchen is separated from the living room by sliding glass doors. Thanks to the fact that the door panels moves only by the upper limit, on the floor there are no thresholds. This allows you to connect instantly to two rooms if it will be necessary. At the same time, the door can be closed in the process of cooking to isolate the living room from the aromas of the dishes.
The central item that attracts attention is elegant curved staircase leading to the second floor.
On the second floor there is a bedroom, decorated with velour and soft leather. This technique creates some of the theatrics and intimacy. A white colour visually increases the space and creates a feeling of maximum comfort and all conditions for good rest. In the bedroom there are no sharp corners, even the wardrobe has smooth lines and a streamlined shape. The headboard is decorated with floral panels, complemented with internal backlights.
The ceiling lightning deserves a special attention – intensity of soft light is adjusted as necessary. In the bedroom there is a small balcony and a window overlooking the dining room. Sometimes it helps to contact quickly with those who are at the first floor, not getting downstairs. Mirrored spacious wardrobe stretches along the length of the hall. Due to the large mirrors the room seems to be two times more than in reality. This effective method is often used in narrow and small premises.
The bathroom’s interior deserves a special attention due to the original surface finish, which is very similar to wood, but in the fact it is ceramics. The space is small here, so it had to give up luxuries. For storage things there is a wardrobe and niches in one of the walls. The mirrored doors expand the space and make the room lighter.