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Attic turns into the attic. Attic interior
The idea of rational use of premises under the roof belongs to the French architect Francois Mansart. The name Mansarde has become firmly established in the languages of various European nations for the designation of rooms located in whole or in part as if inside a gable roof.
At first they were servants’ rooms, storerooms, workshops. The real revolution in the development of mansards occurred in the 40s of the last century, since the housing problem was acute in big cities. Then began the active development of empty attics – with the device ventilation, lighting and heating.
In recent years, this problem has become relevant in our country. Continue reading
The interior in the style of minimalism
If you are among the people whose life is rational to asceticism and debugged, like the mechanism of Swiss watches, then you are just a living embodiment of the minimalist style. This laconic style will simply become the embodiment of the dreams of those people who are opposed to non-functional “jewelry.”
Artificial light having a different radiation spectrum will help to make functional interiors in the spirit of minimalism bright and memorable. Illumination of various interior elements (for example, shelf shelves, ceilings in the living room, in the kitchen and in the bedroom) enhances the effect of comfort and practicality.
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