Romanian studio Re-Act, with architect Mario Kuibus designed the concept of a modern, elegant apartment inspired by neon electric colors. For the design of the space they used gray and white tones that become animated by eccentric interventions: violet glass/ plastic walls, yellow chairs, orange screens etc. Below you will find a description from studio Re-Act concerning this very interesting project.
"The apartment is located in a block of flats in Constanta, directly on the Romanian seacoast of the Black Sea. It was the priming intention of having a beautiful open space with a continuous "sea coast feeling".
The white color is almost everywhere. A glass partition cut out the main sensation of "innocence" of the existing space, through its folding trace and through a special spectral film sticked directly on it. The 3M Radiant Color Film product is usually supposed to be used on some small gadgets or promotional products.
This film gives through its optical properties a "real life" to the entire space. A continuous change of colors and reflections is perceived by whoever is moving inside the appartment. In the end, having a "living" element is the main challenge on a white surrounding.
Into a white space with floating objects all around, a spectral THING took place inside. Reflections, transparencies, colors are changing continuously as far you are moving. The THING is controlling everything around.
A twister of feelings and sensations is taking us apart. Perhaps the THING is trying to communicate. That is why we have to take care what we are saying... Who knows perhaps IT is HUMAN after all…!" - Re-act Now Studio