fiber-concrete curved panels compose penthouse's organic interior in georgia

fiber-concrete curved panels compose penthouse's organic interior in georgia

STIPFOLD achieves spatial continuity through biomorphic design

 

Studio Stipfold introduces Curvix, a 200 sqm penthouse located in the city center of Batumi, Georgia, featuring a biomorphic interior. Meticulously crafted using prefabricated fiber concrete panels, the top-floor residential interior design project provides captivating views of Batumi Central Boulevard and the nearby seaside. The unique layout features a central tunnel flanked by two flat-ceilinged wings, aiming to harmonize these distinct spaces. This harmony is achieved by cladding the main tunnel with a biomorphic shell of fiber-concrete panels, enhancing the sense of spatial continuity and guiding visitors from a compressed corridor to an expansive area. The design fluidity is emphasized as the concrete seamlessly transitions from walls to the floor.

fiber-concrete curved panels compose penthouse's organic interior in georgia
all images courtesy of Stipfold

 

 

concrete and mosaic textures Maintain a minimalist essence

 

To counterbalance the concrete’s starkness and introduce warmth, the team at Stipfold strategically places parquet islands in the dining, lounge, and bedroom zones. The living room, centrally positioned, creates a welcoming ambiance, while the bedrooms occupy the right wing, and the kitchen and dining area reside in the left wing. Maintaining a minimalist essence, the raw fiber-concrete backdrop allows biophilic design elements to take center stage. Lush green plants enhance the space, establishing a connection between the interior and the scenic views framed by a sizable arched window. The guest bathroom continues the design narrative, with micro mosaics tracing a path from the floor, seamlessly merging into the walls, and culminating at the ceiling, demonstrating design coherence throughout.

fiber-concrete curved panels compose penthouse's organic interior in georgia
Curvix penthouse in Batumi showcases a biomorphic interior

fiber-concrete curved panels compose penthouse's organic interior in georgia
internal walls are crafted with prefabricated fiber concrete panels

fiber-concrete curved panels compose penthouse's organic interior in georgia
a minimalist essence is maintained, allowing biophilic design elements to take center stage

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the fluid panels run along all areas enhancing spatial continuity

fiber-concrete curved panels compose penthouse's organic interior in georgia
parquet islands in dining, and lounge zones counterbalance the concrete’s starkness

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concrete seamlessly transitions from walls to the floor


fiber-concrete curved panels compose penthouse's organic interior in georgia

 

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project info:

 

name: CURVIX
architect: STIPFOLD | @stipfold

lead architect: Beka Pkhakadze

design team: George Bendelava, Magda Zandarashvili, Anuki Berianidze, Niko Malazonia, Archil Takalandze

location: Batumi, Georgia

 

 

designboom has received this project from our DIY submissions feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: christina vergopoulou | designboom

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