As a nod to the De Stijl movement, primary-colored detailing arrives on top of the black and white background; the minimalistic furniture strictly follows the same color scheme, donning the architecture with a luminous environment. The plethora of straight lines not only juxtaposes with the round-shaped lamps and coffee tables, the varying gaps between them also create a sense of depth which makes the interior look more spacious than it really is.
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- Design Milk
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