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Open floor plan - trend or bad taste?

With the advent of modernity, open floor plans are becoming increasingly popular in residential and commercial interior design.
Open floor plans have recently become a popular trend in interior design. They are often considered modern and aesthetically pleasing, but there is a lot of controversy surrounding the practicality of an open floor plan. On the one hand, open plans can create the illusion of space and a more inviting and interactive environment. On the other hand, they can be difficult to maintain in terms of acoustics, privacy, and organization.

This interesting topic will be considered through the prism of designer Evgenia Bubenshchikova's experience in open-plan projects. She has been developing turnkey interior solutions for clients around the world since 2006 and her work has been praised for its orderliness and attention to detail.

The open floor plan is a design concept that has become increasingly popular in recent years. It promotes an open collaboration environment by eliminating physical boundaries between people and departments. But there are also downsides to this layout, which leaves some wondering if this is really a trend or just bad taste.

Design project by Buro Kontrast Design
Design project by Buro Kontrast Design
With the advent of modernity, open floor plans are becoming increasingly popular in residential and commercial interior design. The idea of ​​an open floor plan is to create a sense of unity, order and space while providing maximum flexibility and convenience. However, some people argue that open floor plans are nothing more than an overused trend that lacks any aesthetic appeal.

This discussion has been going on for some time, and well-known designer Evgenia Bubenshchikova offers her experience on this topic, offering orders for turnkey renovations for clients who want to redesign their space using an open plan concept.

Evgenia and her design bureau kontrast believe that an open floor plan can be beneficial if done right. She suggests that people who want to follow this trend focus on order in their project. Ordering a turnkey renovation is especially important when it comes to the details of the space - creating an overall sense of harmony and coherence. This ensures that your open floor plan looks elegant and sophisticated rather than chaotic and obnoxious.

Ultimately, it all comes down to the personal preference of each individual when designing or renovating a space.

Contact Evgenia and her professional designers from Kontrast today to ask questions about your project!

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— Evgenia Bubenshchikova, founder of Kontrast design studio