Plan and Frans van der Heijden is roused by the “constructivist” development. It overflows soaked hues, luxurious materials, sculptural furnishings and craftsmanship decorating each extra surface. The loft is a pied-a-terre possessed by a film maker and his better half – an able, vaporous and guileful departure for an inventive couple with a conspicuous proclivity for the better things throughout everyday life. The loft was propelled by Russian modeler Melnikov, who planned by the progressive constructivist development around 1920 – which considered craftsmanship to be design as a social explanation. Building and current innovation met up, described by a theoretical, cubist, three-dimensional vision.
The open idea design appreciates nuances which characterize its different living spaces, similar to the raised foundation of the living territory.