The transformation of the basement into a space for relaxation began with the carving of new boundaries of the premises. All massive partitions have been removed to make the room feel more open. Tempered glass fences made it possible to lighten the space, they separated the sauna and the restroom from the main recreation area. An impromptu “window” also allowed to fill the room with air and space. Smart LED strip will simulate the change of weather and time of day on the minus ground floor. In addition, lighting was provided under the shelves and in the toilet.
Rocks have grown here instead of classical walls. The expressive architectural composition is made of building plasticine – extruded polystyrene foam, covered with a layer of cement-based facade plaster. Rocks cut into the minimalist interior of the room. The walls and ceiling have acquired a noble gray tint.. Angular, but comfortable upholstered furniture will allow you to relax after the sauna and enjoy watching movies on the projector. The frame of the sofa is assembled from Lamarty laminated chipboard in the decor "Gray 7810". This shade combines purity and sophistication that maintain the minimalist character of the interior. The plates have a high density, which is very important for the design of the sofa, since it must withstand the weight of several people. On top of the base lay a mattress made of eco-leather in metallic color. Another element of the recreation area was an expressive table made of acrylic stone.
The relaxation area was supplemented with useful details – a shower head for contrast cooling after a sauna, a cabinet with a sink and a vertical storage system in the form of two cabinets with shelves for storing bath accessories.