The Prague apartment is a training project by Interior Designer Denyak Anastasia, based on a real plan of a flat. She wanted to create a simple interior and to add some mood or even a “story” in the pictures. The flat was supposed to be a den for a single young man.
Well, I just tried to make it as simple as possible. There are no extraordinary, arty-crafty or expensive things in the interior, just simple forms, warm textures, casual furniture and stuff in cozy disorder.
Thank God we live in the era of internet and have access to any information we need! ) Only a lazy one can`t find some works to be inspired with. I think copying works of Masters is a good way to learn, but my way is to replicate a real life as I see it every day, with its spontaneity, disarray and disengagement. This project isn’t about design, style or anything, it’s about simplicity, beauty in casual things and harmony in disorder 🙂
Be true to yourself and do not trail anyone, pave your own way! There are a lot of talented people and their works usually inspire us, but sometimes you feel that there`s no way to compete with them! So don`t! You don`t need anyone`s success. Follow your heart, dreams, your vision and you`ll be unique. There`s no need to be the first in the line if you are the only)
About Denyak Anastasia
Denyak Anastasia graduated from the Technical University in Poltava (Architecture Faculty) few years ago. She’s been working as a freelancer for a year and got a full-time job then. Her firm provides wide range of services – architecture, interior and landscape design. She’s involved in almost every part of creating a project and is thankful for such experience, but her true passion is 3d visualization, so that skills she tries to develop. See more of her works on Behance.