The Russian decorators Miroshkin Michael & Miroshkina Elen by Geometrix Design introduce their new project known as “Parametrium of Contrasts” by applying principles of advanced parametric modelling and optimizing the geometrical proportions with the assistance of executive computer-aided programmes and diverse CNC milling techniques.

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The wall looks like a solid monolithic component with convoluted curves, because of the lack of space between panels. Thus the room looks ultramodern although the formation seems satisfying by designing the bed corner in a light art deco style and the leather quilted bed with a ceiling-high head, soft and warm lighting. Due to the fact that the architectonic wall is in the epicentre, the designers used a restrained sequence of graphite grey and white.

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According to client’s request a part of the room was allocated for a spacious full-scale walk-in closet. Once you enter the space you can see a mirror cube on the right side. It was decorated with mirrors, so as to visually sustain the proportions of the room & add light from the reflected window. “As for the ceilings, we decided not to do anything about them.

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That’s why the luminaries are surface-mounted and easily rotatable. On the one hand, they will lay emphasis on the complex geometry of the wall, on the other hand they will provide perfect illumination of the room and working area when necessary” said the designers.

By Depy Charalampidou

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