Black and White Office / TOYA Design

  • 04 May 2013
  • Interiors Offices Selected Works
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Architects: TOYA Design
Location: Konin,
Architect In Charge: Tomasz Wojtkowiak
Design Team: Tomasz Wojtkowiak, Anna Sędecka, Dominika Gieburowska
Area: 62 sqm
Year: 2012
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Modern black and white private office interior is located on the second floor of tenement house in old town in Konin, Poland. The trump of such location is a beautiful view on the Warta river’s embankments. Monochrome character of the interior design is a background for art. Music, film, painting and photography, being parts of this black and white office, intermingle one another.

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Architects designed the office so that the owner could rest here sitting by the fire, relax listening to the music and watching films or just work.

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The interior is designed as a determined but harmonic contrast of black and white. Strong emphasis is a wooden floor formed in a chequered pattern, which turns into piano’s keys motive in the terrace area, And precisely this instrument – black grand piano – is a focus point in this modern interior.

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Another interesting element is a table, that turns into an office desk if it is needed. It is a top table that is lowered from the wall and hides a mirror behind. The whole modern interior is completed with the form of the fireplace, elegant furniture and climatic lightening.


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