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A house "dressed" in art. Design by VNdesign

Dobrawa Bies
11 of March '22
Technical data
Name: house near Kielce
Investor: private
Location: Poland, Kielce
Studio: VNdesign
Architect: Wioletta Niedziela-Bogusz
Arrangement: Anna Salak
Photos: Yassen Hristov
Area: 340 m²

Near Kielce, there is a house for which Wiola Niedziela-Bogusz, an architect from the VNdesign studio, is responsible for complex solutions including the remodeling of the body and interior design. The project is characterized by bright, large spaces, the use of noble materials, garnet accents and Polish art that decorates the walls.

i kuchnia

The investors dreamed of a large, open house with a sizable dining room, living room and kitchen

Photo: Yassen Hristov © VNdesign

Wiola Niedziela-Bogusz was involved in the project, already at the stage of creating the 340-square-meter house. She accompanied the investors from the very beginning - including obtaining a building permit and redesigning the facade. She also supervised the design of the surroundings, so that it remained consistent with the house, and the residents could enjoy watching the garden through the huge glazing.

Salon na

The first floor features open spaces and large glazings

Photo: Yassen Hristov © VNdesign

large, open interiors

And what did the clients dream about? They wanted a large, open house with a sizable dining room, living room and kitchen. The basic condition was to incorporate a free-standing, unsupported staircase into the building's floor plan. The investors also asked for a change in the location of the study and for large closets in the entrance area. All these conditions required a redesign of the living area, including the removal of small rooms in the kitchen and dining area, which were in the original design. The house was also expanded.

Granatowa sofa
i wolnostojące schody

The client's dream was a large navy blue sofa

Photo: Yassen Hristov © VNdesign

Bright colors and a touch of navy blue

Theaesthetic requirements? It was to be a bright, simple, modern home with a touch of navy blue. The client's dream was a large sofa, precisely in this color. Since all these aesthetic requirements are very close to me, it was a lot of fun to work on the project. I love noble materials used in minimalist interiors. In this realization they appear in abundance: stones, sinters, Italian design and materials. Beauty lies in simplicity, this is my motto," says Wiola Niedziela-Bogusz.

The house is dominated by bright colors and additions of gold and copper. Particularly noteworthy is the navy blue colored oak floor, as well as the aforementioned sofa and the stone used in this color.

Rzut parteru
domu pod Kilecami Rzut piętra
w domu pod Kilelcami

from left: first floor plan, floor plan

Photo: Yassen Hristov © VNdesign

The first floor is the living area, which consists of a living room, a kitchen with a dining area, a guest bathroom and a separate toilet. A free-standing staircase leads to the first floor, which is the night area. There, two children's rooms, a children's bathroom, a bedroom with a parent's bathroom and a dressing room have been placed. The laundry room and storage room are located on the mezzanine.

rodziców z garderobą i łazienką

On the first floor there is a large bedroom with a dressing room and bathroom

Photo: Yassen Hristov © VNdesign

illusion and polish art

The biggest challenge? The most difficult procedure was to create an unsupported island in the dining room with a thickness of only 1.4 cm and a length of 350 cm. Giving up the support makes the island light in appearance.

Wyspa bez
podparcia Niebieski talerz
w kuchni

The design challenge was an island without support in the dining room

Photo: Yassen Hristov © VNdesign

I also like the illusion created by hiding the utility section behind a mirrored wall. It is in it that the staircase and the island are reflected, making the living area seem even larger. My favorite room? It's the tiny guest bathroom located on the first floor, where I placed a beautiful free-standing sink, bocci lights and copper mosaic," adds the architect.

Anna Salak was asked to "dress the house" in art, and she selected both paintings, sculptures and accessories. The architect always tries to support Polish art, and it appeared in this interior.

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