Istanbul-based mostly designer, Tanju Özelgin, accomplished the inside of T House, a stunning multi-degree residence sited in Bosphorus district. With objects of décor displayed in a museum-like method, he imagined a trendy darkish-toned dwelling area, making use of native types and supplies. The impartial palette of colors, starting from white/ beige to totally different hues of gray and sheer black create an astounding visible impact. Space seems to be trendy, but just a little bit gloomy. Despite the extreme use of obscure colors, the inside evokes calmness and magnificence. High ceilings, dramatic chandeliers, lengthy curtains and beautiful paintings adorn the lounge.
“In this venture, Özelgin has used tough stone and uncooked concrete combined with polished marble, wooden and glass for the inside and sections of the outside. Also the widespread use of stone surfaces on partitions, flooring and exterior areas could be thought-about for instance of using native parts. Besides, using stonewall panels within the main dwelling areas is likely one of the most essential options of the design.” From polished marble tables to futuristic-like sculptures – the whole lot appears to fall into place visually. The general design seems to be fascinating and intimidating, in the identical time.