Much appreciated by lovers of industrial style, but increasingly trendy for its great versatility and material charm, the microcement opens to a very wide range of possibilities and customizations both in terms of furnishings and coverings. It is a highly flexible, ductile and resistant cement-based material which can be used not only for floors but also for the creation of real furnishing elements such as bathrooms, kitchens and much more.
To better understand the infinite possibilities offered by microcement in the field of interior design, we are going to show you the project of one dream house made entirely of this material.
Characterized by very refined monochromatic shades, the microcement house you are about to discover shows a surprising union of purely material perceptions and minimalism.
Dream home in microcement
Designed by Eugene Shkilnyuk celebrating a real triumph of minimalism and attention to every single detail, this house is articulated on a completely open plan, leaving the different environments free to communicate with each other. Floors and walls are made of microcement as well as most of the furnishing elements.
In the living area, a black modular sofa rests on a carpet of the same color to create an element of break with the white of the upholstery. In correspondence with the sofa we find a huge circular ceiling window which, in combination with the huge windows on the sides, almost nullifies the difference between internal and external space.
In the embrace of a curved window we find a small relaxation refuge, two black armchairs are combined with a microcement table perfectly in accordance with the vase placed next to it.
It is in the kitchen that we witness the real triumph of the use of microcement which, combined with stone, gives shape to a unique structure of its kind. The kitchen has been designed to take on the appearance of huge blocks of stone, in an aesthetic solution that recalls the brutalist trends: the worktop only houses the burners while the drawers are almost camouflaged in the structure itself.
Also in this case a ceiling window illuminates the work surface and the natural lighting is flanked by the artificial one organized by curved LEDs that run through the entire perimeter of the house.
The line of colors and materials remains intact even in the sleeping area where we find a strictly black bed to break the perspective scheme.
The use of white microcement is no exception here and in fact it is possible to notice the insertion of a floating desk which is an integral part of the home structure. The green of the potted plant gives a touch of dynamism.
The bathroom, open plan and in perfect communication with the different rooms of the house, has a curved microcement sink with an enveloping charm while for the bathroom fixtures and the free-standing bathtub, a matt finish has been opted for that perfectly matches the materiality of the everything.