Along the Vistula River in Poland, lies the first house which was designed by the designers of Tamizo.
The house is located in a city called Torun.
Deep gray is the chosen color in which the interior of the house is done.
Along with deep gray, black and white colors were also used.
The uses of such classy colors provide a very sleek designer concept to the house.
High contrast was kept in mind while designing these houses.
The house’s design consists of a lot of lines and some angular design as well.
Some classics looks have been kept alive by the help of brick walls and concrete walls as well.
It is easy to see just how intentional every element of the design is when you glance out the windows to find a landscape that is flat and spacious, carrying through the flat, low aspects of the interior.
The private areas of the home, like the bathroom and bedroom, don’t let up with the high contrast theme. Done mostly in white, the bathroom features unique sink basins that seem to exist apart from any plumbing systems for an ethereal and almost magical quality.
In the bedroom, we’re drawn to the empty frames leaning against the wall, which are a less than subtle way to emphasize the importance of negative space in this design.
The second house is a single family home in Pabianice, a town in central Poland. Overall, this space has a bit more warmth than the first while still employing that distinctive black and white style.
There is no shortage of seating this home either with an expansive sofa flanked by more green arm chairs along with a formal dining room.
The third design comes from a single family home in łubki, in the village of Splints. The usable space in the home measures 380 square meters (4090 square feet). The home sprawls over multiple stories, each with its own answer to the black and white theme.
Natural wood elements, in the flooring, furnishing, and even the cabinetry contrast with black design elements including countertops, shelving and once again those oversized lampshade that look like they came from the other side of the looking glass. The two contrasting palettes create an invisible divide between kitchen and dining, work and entertainment, effort and relaxation.
In fact, black is quite deemphasized in this particular house, forming really only the central kitchen appliance island-cum-entertainment-center and poking through in the dark gray living room in the form of a coffee table. This scheme makes sense for a family home that wants to feel spacious and warm.
The final images come from an exhibition entitled “our bathroom” that took place in Lodz. The design fully embraces the black and white aesthetic with clean, smooth white porcelain and textured black walls. Chrome fixtures complete the modern look in their ultimate simplicity.