Metalhead Brewery Taproom, Burgas
The Metalhead Brewery Taproom is a 92 sq.m space including bar, storage room, WC, and commercial space. The once untended industrial hall is adapted to a trendy up-to-date industrial craft-beer taproom.
© Sima Bivolarska
Brick walls are revealed to bring to the room true industrial character in a combination with preserved metal frames and roof covering. The 6.50 m ridge gives the air and height. Cargo-containers are a main inspiration and investors' desire, so all the interior elements are custom made out of metal profiles and corrugated iron. Wooden materials are added to bring coziness. Flame red color, which is distinctive for the brewery, is all over the taproom. The bar behind is carefully adapted to a complex draft beer system allowing up to 10 beer taps/kegs.
4-STAR ECO VILLAGE, PART OF BELCHIN SPRING SPA RESORT, BELCHIN VILLAGE
© Yuri Staykov
Main feature of the 10 eco-houses is the implementation of sustainable building materials. Wood is used for constructions, hempcrete is for outer walls. All walls are covered in breathable eco paints. Quality oak furniture by Hamefa Ltd. and floorings add their natural touch. The interiors skillfully combine contemporary hotel design with Bulgarian traditional folklore elements, nomadic style, and authentic natural materials such as hemp rope, bricks, branches, stumps, etc. Each house is named after one of them: Hemp House, Brick House, Wooden House and Limestone House.
© Yuri Staykov
Apartment on Alabin Street, Sofia
Initially, this 102 sq.m. apartment in an old building in Central Sofia has been clumsy and even somber, despite its large surface and high ceilings.
© Borislav Zhuykov
The perfect feng-shui scenario, where the living room is heart of the home, surrounded by the other rooms and private spaces suggested its potential to the investor. With the aid of Nikoleta Vidinova the apartment is completely redesigned. Smaller rooms are united, corridors obliterated, bathroom is enlarged and kitchen is open to the living room and the dining room through a portal. Both client and designer embraced the calm Scandinavian approach, so the spaces follow strictly a white-grey-wooden palette with small sprinkles of color.
Nikoleta Vidinova Interior Design
Sofia, 1 Burel St
+359 888 565 116