Material, color, and details are key elements that play a significant role in designing architectural interiors. These three factors have a significant impact on the atmosphere, style, and functionality of the space, creating unique and in line with the interior designer’s vision.
Author of the project: Ewa Kozanecka, Patrycja Stelmach, Poland
Material is not only a fundamental structural element but also an expression of aesthetics and character within an interior. The choice of appropriate materials can influence the perception of a space as cozy, modern, raw, or elegant. For example, raw concrete walls can give an interior an industrial character, while wood creates warmth and naturalness. Materials also have functional significance, such as selecting durable and easy-to-maintain materials for kitchens or bathrooms. Finally, carefully chosen materials can create texture adding layers and complexity to the interior.
Author of the project: Sebastian Marach, Poland
Color has a tremendous impact on the perception of space and can create different moods and affect our well-being. Light colors such as whites, beiges, or pastels can visually enlarge a space and evoke a sense of calmness and harmony. On the other hand, intense colors like red, blue, or green can add energy and boldness. By using colors strategically, specific areas can be emphasized, proportions of the space can be altered, and desired visual effects can be achieved. Furthermore, color has the power to influence our emotions and can impact our mood and overall feeling within a given interior.
Author of the project: Bohdana Fedorovych, Ukraine
Details are an essential element that gives character and individuality to an interior. They can range from small elements such as doorknobs and handles to larger features such as columns, plasterwork, or unique lighting fixtures. Details create a unique style and can be an expression of the designer’s or occupants’ personality. They can also emphasize specific architectural styles, such as details associated with Art Deco, minimalism, or Scandinavian design. By paying attention to details, interiors can be created that captivate with their intricacy, precision, and refined taste.
Author of the project: Yuliya Zubar, Ukraine
Architectural interiors are the result of a harmonious combination of material, color, and detail. Each of these elements plays a significant role in creating a space that is both aesthetic, functional, and unique. The proper selection of materials allows for the desired character of the interior to be achieved, while color influences the atmosphere and mood. Details, on the other hand, add uniqueness and distinctiveness to the space. All these elements come together in a comprehensive composition that enriches architectural interiors, creating pleasant and inspiring places to live and work.
Author of the project: Elena Maksimchuk, Svetlana Prokopchuk, Ukraine
Specialist in development and cooperation with architects