This interior design apartment created by Kariouk Associates located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Architecture involves the use of dynamic and poetic Poche, the conventional “room service” any house (bathroom, storage, cabinets, structures, service chase, etc.) Even after the partition of existing units have been removed, the resulting interior did not appear widespread due to pile-shaped variety range, a large mechanical units and columns, and walls that ran the length of time the unit is projected on to the front as much as three feet. The room was too small for the use of several features to address each of the many visual encumbrances, a general solution is needed “cleaning” of the perimeter restless and moving, the main single design to address all of the columns and mechanical components, used in a way that will not create a situation beginning of each separate room is too small to properly function.The perimeter is regularized by the wall floor to ceiling cabinets continuously, which is almost double the amount of storage provided in the existing layout. A different ellipse-proportioned columns are used to hide the left and to create a wardrobe. To maintain a unified interior visually the same form is then used to make the bathroom. Thus, the shower, usually one of the most private of spaces, became the focal point of the unit. Two elliptical cabinet are made of silk drawn to steel frame, while the bathrooms are made of curved glass with the same silk for exterior use. Without bath and room circulation clerk, a toilet and sink into the depths of long storage wall. A study housing a work station, shelving, and the keyboard of an electric piano plugged into a drawer which is also folded into the depth of wall storage location. While mechanical housing units have been determined ellipse, the ellipse and the second fabric shower ellipse that is calibrated to inflect the movement throughout the entire apartment with a nuanced picture of the bedroom, dining room and living room. White is used to further unify the entire interior, but also the reflective properties that contribute to a totally luminous interior. Tiles extend to the balcony for a visual link to the interior. A “garden” of fiber-optic acrylic rods that sway and make noise by means of reeds are placed around the edge of the balcony. Here to create an open living room is an important aspect of the park, even in winter, creating a visual match for the calm to the city bustle outside and below.
Architects: Kariouk Associates / Paul duBellet Kariouk (Principal) with Frederic Carrier
Photographs: Photolux Studio (Christian Lalonde)