DS House – Selimbar, Sibiu

DS House was designed based on the premise that in a noisy and crowded urban space, such a home offers tranquility and peace.

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The house belongs to a young businessman, with very bold and sophisticated taste.

Located on the outskirts of the city, this building has been designed to provide the ideal comfort for both the owner and guests.The house and the space for which the interior design project was carried out, has a surface of 97.02 square meters and is divided according to the needs of the owner: the ground floor is dedicated to the living area, and the first level
is designed for the night spaces.

The interior design of the house is a blend of harmony between minimalism and luxury, achieved through simplicity, neutrality, and balance of color schemes and the palette of materials chosen. The focus on the principle of ‘less is more’ can be observed in every room, every detail, and every piece of furniture, with the aim of expressing more with less. 
The color tones of the walls vary from neutral, warm, or monochromatic tones to dark accents that
give personality and elegance to the interior.

The living room is equipped with accessories for daytime activities and smart systems, operated by voice command that, during the evening, transform the premises into a home cinema.
For the implementation of this project, we collaborated with electrical and audio engineer specialists to integrate
the latest technologies in lighting systems, highest quality audio systems
and satellite-operated video control systems.

The regular shapes that keep the composition in a gridline very well emphasized by the play of shadows, include the building in the style of modern and luxurious houses. The material palette has also been designed to create a uniform look.


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Design Director:

David Raymond

We used a limited selection of wood, concrete, and metal to maintain continuity from room to room. We also relied on the strong influence of light in minimalism. The generous expanses of glass visually enlarge the interior space and allow the light to accentuate certain paths, furniture, or rooms, creating a sense of relaxation and rest! The luxury and originality of the house are reflected by real furniture or decorative items, known for their distinctive design and the sophistication they give to each room.

  • Land surface: 240.00 sqm
  • House footprint: 97.02 sqm
  • House useful area: 123.60 sqm
  • Year: 2021


Special zones

  • Home cinema


  • Kitchen
  • Dining area
  • Living room
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Laundry room
  • Carport


  • 2x Double
  • 1x Master + Dressing room