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Discover The Interior Design of The Club Horizont by Ina DamyanovaWednesday 12 December 2018
Discover The Interior Design of The Club Horizont by Ina Damyanova ⇒ Ina Damyanova is an interior designer from Bulgaria. Her work, where she uses different means to obtain a highly individual result is centred around the visual art, interior, and product design markets Damyanova’s goal for this interior design project was to create a fluid layout between the interior space, patio, courtyard, and the Central Park of Varna, also known as the Sea Garden. Every single detail of the design project was chosen to combine the essence of the East and the West. The Club Horizont project is one of the contestants for the Covet International Awards 2018.
Written by Vitor Teixeira
The modern and exotic design of this entertaining place was inspired by the beautiful culture of Bali, that she could experience in one of her trips. To achieve a full Balinese look, the ID hand-picked distinctive pieces of indigenous furniture and accessories in her visit.
For Ina Damyanova this interior design project is nothing more, nothing less than an interpretation of the traditional Balinese design through the eyes of a modern European artist that was able to capture the essence of the exotic and mystic culture.
The contrast of the colour combinations was the fundamental base of the project. As you can see modern and exotic are in constant interaction. On the interior design, you can also see the Balinese girls face on the concrete wall painted by one graphite masters from Bulgaria.
The exotic restaurant project by Ina Damyanova has four bars with different bar designs. For the lining of the inner bar, it was used Indonesian ceiling antique metal panels, meanwhile, the back of the bar is made of Bali’s thousand-year-old doors. The second bar has large mirrors in the shape of rosettes that reflect exterior space and the sea horizon.
One of the outdoor bars was created with of hand-sculpted stone panels made in Bali which is a typical ornamentation from this specific style. The interior design project also included a Children’s playground that was designed with the Indonesian style accents made of natural materials.
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