Project: Furrow Apartment
Project Team: Beka Pkhakadze / Giorgi Bendelava
Photos: Giorgi Mamasakhlisi
Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
Type: Residential Interior
Area: 150 m2
Year: 2020 – 2022
A minimalist design concept was chosen for this interior design project, with a focus on a monochromatic color palette and a limited range of textures. Calacatta marble was the dominant material used, with other materials chosen to complement its tones. In the common room, a natural stone wall with vertical linear carving serves to highlight the organic character of the material.
The common room is bordered on two sides by stained glass windows and offers a view of Vake Park. Within the monochromatic interior, the rays of the sun entering at different times add a distinct atmosphere to the space. To provide protection from the sun’s glare, gray blinds have been installed.
When it came to selecting furniture for this project, the objective was to ensure that the chosen pieces would harmonize with the overarching architectural concept. To this end, brand furniture was primarily selected due to the concordance of materials and textures. A series of marble-topped tables were chosen for the dining and TV areas, with similar leg designs featured on the master bedroom bed and sofa. The leather of the sofa was carefully picked to match the color of the wall, with the dark leather elements of the sofa echoing the leather of the armchair, dining room chairs, and bed. White items, such as bar stools, TV sets, and various accessories, provide striking visual accents throughout the Furrow apartment. In the bathroom, a sleek sink designed by STIPFOLD serves as a visually striking element against the dark background.
Artificial lighting is employed to create various moods and atmospheres in the space. In the evening, the use of illumination serves to imbue the space with a warm and welcoming atmosphere.