Avant-Garde Sunday Room by Ukrainian Designer Pavel Vetrov

Artistic design by Pavel Vetrov - Avant-Garde - Sunday Room Project

The Ukrainian designer Pavel Vetrov created this avant-garde room – called SUNDAY – inspired by the Panic Room Project. In this project, a clear line divides the room: half a room is completely white, while the other half is fully decorated with graffiti. The Panic Room (by French graffiti artist Tilt) is one of six suites at the Au Vieux Panier hotel, where rooms are regularly redecorated by different artists. Walking into this room must be a surreal encounter. Everything, down to the bedding and geometric chandelier, is perfectly halved. It produces two different experiences. The graffitied side is a sensory overload, and every inch is covered in a dizzying amount of texture and imagery. A more tranquil space, however, is just a step away and allows you to relax and reflect.

Design by Pavel Vetrov Sunday Room project interior - Inspired by the project Tilt - Panic Room I decided to create something similar

About Pavel Vetrov – designer Avant-Garde Sunday Room
Pavel Vetrov was born in 1987 in Ukraine. He is a graduate designer specialized in furniture and interior design with almost a decade of professional experience, including commissioned projects from famous brands such as Bolia, Missana, Temahome, Zegen and other. Among the 70 plus awards in design he has amassed throughout his career is the Red Dot Award, German Design Award. His works has been shown, mentioned and analyzed in the most important magazines around the world, including Forbes, Elle, Vogue, Le Figaro, among others, and he is an assiduous participant of all European design shows, namely Imm Cologne, Salone del Mobile Milano, London Design Fair, Paris Design Week and Maison & Objet.

Artistic design by Pavel Vetrov Avant-Garde Sunday Room

Artistic design bedroom by Pavel Vetrov Avant-Garde Sunday Room

Graffiti and interior design by Pavel Vetrov - Sunday Bedroom

Pavel Vetrov Avant-Garde Sunday Room

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