This year the company Katz completed the project of implementation of common areas for Park Residences, large and premium class residential estates launched recently in Jurmala City. The common areas of these park residences include lobbies, passage, and stairwells.
The themes for these spaces are inspired by famous park areas like Hyde Park of London, Central Park in New York and Forest Park Of Dzintaru in Jurmala.
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The interior of the lobby of the Central Park house is made elegant with subtle allusions to the era of Art Deco and ambiance of splendid New York of the 1920s. The walls of the lobby are decorated with plastered panels of waved texture and dark chocolate colored oak panels, the floor is made of polished Black Galaxy Star and Emperador Dark granite tiles, assembled to make a classical chess.type pattern. The affluence of glossy surfaces, mirrors, and glass together with design furniture bring a festive mood to the whole space. The floral motifs mixed with the geometrical shapes of metallic installations work really well together.
For the lobby of the Hyde Park house, the interior is based on the English classics in a fresh, new interpretation. Soft textiles coexist with subtle shapes, strict geometry and industrial accents, which creates a unique combination of traditional colonial style with contemporary interior elements. The walls are decorated with light colored oak panels, textured plastering. Evelyn West tapestry, emphasized by an eye-catching three-dimensional diamond-shaped pattern of the floor. Warm colors, soft leather chairs, flower installations and painting make the lounge area cozy and sophisticated.
Traditional Baltic restraint and conciseness of the Dzintaru Park interior is highlighted by bright colored accents and exceptional shapes of design furniture. The light color palette of the interior is emphasized with dark colored elements, the floor being made of white marble and black granite tiles, with the lounge and elevator areas marked with contrasting deceptions. The natural pattern of oak panels with back lights, smooth shapes of accessories and abundance of light makes the atmosphere as aerial and peaceful as the promenade along the beach of Jurmala seaside.
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