ALL In Studio, founded by Arch. Pavel Yanev in the 2011 year at Sofia is well known for its brave innovative ideas and specific trademark. The greatest studio’s passion is to create a personal space with a character without any quality compromise. For less than 10 years ALL In provided a rich portfolio and numerous awards – an international prize from London for “Best single-family residence”, nomination for “Building of the Year” by ArchDaily, 3 times first place “Interior of the Year in Bulgaria” and many more.
Detail and idealism is the moto that actually describes their approach to architecture and interior design.
ALL in Studio uses SketchUp and LayOut to present the pre-initial projects and to help their client to immerse and sense the atmosphere of their new home. Achieving the best results is a complex task that requires many different skills to make every space unique. And SketchUp is the most appropriate and easy language for visual and verbal communication in every project.
Let’s take a peek at one of ALL In’s pre-initial project and see the beauty at the beginning of a dream come true. The first step is choosing and combining materials that correspond with the spirit of the space and reveal the concept in the best way.
In this case, the architects choose a dark color pallet with dominant, rich on texture stone and copper accent.
The space is divided into day and night zone with visual diﬀerence between relax zone and kitchen.
The first thing that catches an eye in this bright apartment with a contrast of darker materials for the ﬂoors and kitchen is the masterpiece kitchen island. The Interior links the imaginary lines between ﬂoor and celling as the lighting complements the spatial geometry. The client can choose between several elements and zones proposals.
The natural materials creating a sophisticated luxurious space at the night zone
The decision about the relaxing zone is open master ensuite and minimal spatial separation. As the suspended ceilings add depth, the mirrors create the illusion of a bigger spatial volume.
Hope now you’re inspired to take your projects to the next level. Remember that attention to detail is not about perfection, it’s about constant improvement.
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