STIPFOLD achieves spatial continuity by way of biomorphic design
Studio Stipfold introduces Curvix, a 200 sqm penthouse situated within the metropolis middle of Batumi, Georgia, that includes a biomorphic inside. Meticulously crafted utilizing prefabricated fiber concrete panels, the top-floor residential inside design venture supplies fascinating views of Batumi Central Boulevard and the close by seaside. The distinctive format incorporates a central tunnel flanked by two flat-ceilinged wings, aiming to harmonize these distinct areas. This concord is achieved by cladding the primary tunnel with a biomorphic shell of fiber-concrete panels, enhancing the sense of spatial continuity and guiding guests from a compressed hall to an expansive space. The design fluidity is emphasised because the concrete seamlessly transitions from partitions to the ground.
all photographs courtesy of Stipfold
concrete and mosaic textures Preserve a minimalist essence
To counterbalance the concrete’s starkness and introduce heat, the workforce at Stipfold strategically locations parquet islands within the eating, lounge, and bed room zones. The lounge, centrally positioned, creates a welcoming ambiance, whereas the bedrooms occupy the fitting wing, and the kitchen and eating space reside within the left wing. Sustaining a minimalist essence, the uncooked fiber-concrete backdrop permits biophilic design components to take middle stage. Lush inexperienced vegetation improve the house, establishing a connection between the inside and the scenic views framed by a large arched window. The visitor lavatory continues the design narrative, with micro mosaics tracing a path from the ground, seamlessly merging into the partitions, and culminating on the ceiling, demonstrating design coherence all through.
Curvix penthouse in Batumi showcases a biomorphic inside
inner partitions are crafted with prefabricated fiber concrete panels
a minimalist essence is maintained, permitting biophilic design components to take middle stage