Marta Terekh has created an apartment interior in Ukraine based on an early twentieth-century art movement focused on the fundamentals of geometry.
The project introduces geometric coloured forms inspired by Suprematist compositions into a monochrome apartment space.
Focusing on clean lines and minimal visual noise, the design sees elements such as the light walls, ceiling, and floor form a single background for the core elements – line, spot, and point.
Veneered plywood was used to make the space more comfortable and cosy, while the delineation between the zones is made by light-transmitting glass structures such as corrugated glass between the work area and the wardrobe, or a radial partition made of glass blocks between the living room and the bedroom.
Designer: Marta Terekh
Project: Suprematic Apartment