Belarus, Minsk region
Built in 2022
HDN Modular or Hidden Modular is a thirty-minute drive away from Minsk. As the name suggests, this is a modular house hidden in a birch grove.
The house area is just eighty square meters, and the spacious terrace occupies half the area.The house is suitable for temporary and all-year-round living.
2. Kitchen-living room
In our projects, we stick to a common principle – a restricted palette of colors and materials replicated to the entire object. Such a method helps to combine the exterior and interior into a single whole without overwhelming the inner space.
In HDN Modular, we used concrete, plywood, matte anthracite, and deep black color. All interior walls, furniture, and doors are decorated with plywood. On the floor, we have a polished concrete screed, since it looks good, functions effectively, and is relatively inexpensive. All the fittings we have are black matte.
We pay a lot of attention to lighting, as this is half the battle in the interior. During the daytime, it is illuminated through large windows, and at night it is essential to have the proper lighting.
In this object, we used RGB backlight with the ability to change colors using the app on a smartphone. There is also a bright lighting mode for cleaning and evening dimmed light.
On the bathroom walls, there are white matte Pennytiles tiles. It is called so because they are the size of an American coin. Such a solution is timeless and will stay in trend for a long time.
This version of the house suits those who are inspired by minimalism, enjoy comfort and aesthetic appeal.
More information about this project you can find here: https://level80.pro/en/projects/hdn-modular/