The Zita Optics interior is based on a simple colored border that frames a section of walls and optically unifies the interior into a single unit. Self-leveling cement with natural coloration is used on the floor in the whole space. Behind the colored wall is an examination room and a toilet and on the other side there is a workroom and a toilet as well. Even in these spaces is used the motif of a border with different coloring. The concept is complemented by black furniture and a massive oak desk. We tried to purposely suppress the design itself, so that the main feature of the space was the frames of the glasses themselves.
What makes this project one-of-a-kind?
The Zita Optics interior is based on a simple pink colored border that frames a section of walls and optically unifies the interior into a single unit. The design is suppressed, so the main features are the frames and glasses themselves.
About the authors
GRAU is an architectural studio based in Bratislava, Slovakia, founded in 2014, recently is led by Andrej Olah and Filip Marčák.
GRAU works on different scales of projects, from interiors to public buildings.
We are always trying to with context in context, do not fake, work with honest materials and approaches. We work from whole to detail, from vision to realisation.
We are constantly looking for connection between interior and exterior.
Text provided by the authors of the project.