Furrow is a minimal home located in Tbilisi, Georgia, designed by STIPFOLD. In the heart of Vake Park, a minimalist interior design project stands out with its subdued and sleek style. Calacatta marble takes center stage in the space, with the design concept emphasizing a monochromatic color palette and limited range of textures. The natural stone wall in the common room features vertical linear carving, which highlights the organic character of the material and creates a subtle yet stunning effect. Two sides of the common room are bordered by stained glass windows that offer an unparalleled view of the park.
The rays of the sun that enter the room at different times add a unique atmosphere to the space, with gray blinds installed to protect from glare. The chosen furniture pieces were carefully selected to harmonize with the overall architectural concept, with a focus on matching materials and textures. A series of marble-topped tables were chosen for the dining and TV areas, with the leg designs complementing those on the master bedroom bed and sofa. The leather of the sofa was carefully selected to match the color of the wall, with the dark leather elements of the sofa echoing those of the armchair, dining room chairs, and bed. White elements, such as bar stools, TV sets, and various accessories, add striking visual accents throughout the apartment.
In the bathroom, a sleek sink designed by STIPFOLD serves as a visually striking element against the dark background. Artificial lighting is employed to create different moods and atmospheres in the space, imbuing it with a warm and welcoming atmosphere in the evening. The Vake Park apartment is a stunning example of minimalist interior design, with its emphasis on a monochromatic color palette and limited range of textures. The use of natural stone, such as Calacatta marble, adds depth and character to the space, while carefully chosen furniture pieces and white accents provide visual interest. Overall, the apartment is a masterclass in understated elegance and sophistication.
Photography by Giorgi Mamasakhlisi