Brani & Desi designs Breakfast With Mondrian condominium
Bulgarian studio Brani & Desi has designed an idea for an condominium that will translate Dutch artist Piet Mondrian’s summary work into 3D type.
Proven in a collection of renders the Breakfast With Mondrian condominium options daring blocks of major color meant to evoke optimistic feelings.
Thought of one of many best artists of the 20th century, Mondrian was one of many founders of the De Stijl artwork motion, which was distinguished by its use of horizontal and vertical strains, and first colors.
Mondrian’s artwork is usually linked to his love of dance and attaining excellent concord between varieties, strains and colors.
Brani & Desi, headed by an identical twin sisters Branimira Ivanova and Desislava Ivanova, needed to translate the sensation of unity conveyed in Mondrian’s work into the design of an open-plan condominium.
“In our mission we wish to evoke the identical feelings [as Mondrian’s paintings do],” stated the sisters. “Via strains and colors, the inhabitants and their visitors ought to really feel as if they’re a part of a dance.”
“Within the dance between varieties and colors we use the white and black colors as intervals between the steps. The white is lively, the black is passive,” they added.
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“For this mission, our goal is to make use of Mondrian’s philosophy to point out the significance of getting a dwelling area for a wholesome life. By ‘a dance’ we imply concord between thoughts, physique and soul. A dance is a type of freedom.”
The conceptual inside is designed as an open area the place each zone has its personal perform however is linked to the remainder of the house on the similar time.
“The that means is that the kitchen can’t be with out the eating room, or lounge,” the Ivanovas defined. “As in nature every part is linked and can’t exist with out its connecting elements.”
The sisters, who’re recognized for designing inside areas with daring geometry and colors, informed Dezeen that the mission is only conceptual but when realised can be created with epoxy resin paint.
“It might be nice to have the chance to implement this design, nevertheless it was not the goal on this case,” they added. “We needed to experiment with shapes and colors and their impression on people.”
Different designers which have channelled Mondrian of their work embrace architect Vladimír Ambroz, who created a Corian bookcase with doorways and drawers in major colors for Czech firm Amosdesign. The upholstery of the Charles Chair that Marcel Wanders designed for Moooi additionally remembers a Mondrian portray.