Bathroommohes.xyz - Using bold geometric patterns is nothing new to the world of interior design, but the trend definitely made a huge resurgence recently and underwent quite a spectacular evolution as it spread. The field of geometry is inherently diverse, a study of every shape and form – so it's no surprise to find that geometric design offers equally limitless possibilities within the home. From the retro appeal of interlocking patterns to modernistic low-poly figures, you'll never run out of styles to explore. All three homes below express their own interpretation of this powerful trend.
Designed by Archiplastica and visualized by Wladimir Sapyan, this home is titled “Men’s Apartment” and emphasizes a certain chic masculine style with subdued neutral colors and subtle yet rugged textures. Here, our foray into geometric design begins with a fabulous modular table with irregular angles and a cool arrangement of wall mounted lights to the left.
A large divider visually separates the kitchen from the living areas – it seems to take up a lot of precious square footage, but both sides feature an abundance of convenient hidden storage. One side houses the apartment’s small library.
Overall, squared shapes and clean lines rule the space. An abundance of indirect lighting sources set the mood when the recessed ceiling lights would prove too bright.
The dining area bathroom sets is rather cozy, capped by a huge oversized pendant lamp with a faceted geometric surface. Note the incredible rhythm created by the matte black surfaces, making the thin wooden tabletop appear light as can be.
The bed itself maintains a rather low profile to preserve emphasis on the spectacular scene behind it. It rests on an even lower-profile wood platform with integrated side tables, flanked by glossy Atollo side table lamps by Vico Magistretti. A high gloss black wall reflects the scene and scatters the light.