Architecture: STIPFOLD

Design/Project Leader: Beka Pkhakadze

Copywriter: Mika Motskobili

Location: Tbilisi, Georgia

Area: 150 sq.m.

Year: 2015-16


Architectural studio Stipfold finished their interior project in Tbilisi. The apartment is in white color and makes contrast with the timber and water color blue. Design, which was developed by a team for this particular apartment, has simple forms and no disturbing details. Spaces with angled walls take attention though, but they have different function for every room.

‘As soon as you enter the space, the core aesthetic of the design unfolds. It is only possible to see the main room through the tilted hallway. It meant to take your time for the idea of an actual comfort, smartness and practicality of the design to sink in. When navigating further into the room, one realizes, that the slopes direct the visitor from the narrow spaces toward the wider ones and vice versa. Leaning walls bend the space, making it simultaneously modest and sharp.

The intention of diagonal walls being directional carries through the bedroom as well, but here, the steepness accentuates the workstation. In case of the bathroom, the slope walls are used as a surface to lean on and relax.’ – Stipfold


Author: Nanuka Zaalishvili


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