Situated in the heart of Bucharest, this 700 sqm villa combines modern urban elements with classic Victorian accents. The 7 rooms, the attic, the terrace and the basement make, through the interior design, a smooth, natural connection between two completely different worlds. On the one hand, the generous space of the living room and the 5 bedrooms, the comfort and modern facilities make up the contemporary line of a new, fresh and dynamic style. On the other hand, the classic Victorian accents and high ceilings underline subtly a pretentious, noble and non-opulent air. The curved lines combine with straight angles, the classic flooring contrasts the modern furniture pieces, and the paintings tell the story of the encounter between two worlds: a dynamic one, the fluid, the other calm, the venerable. The most spectacular room is the living room, as it concentrates the whole breath of the house design. The centerpiece of interest is the inner staircase: the stairway is sprinkled with modern taboos that glance happily towards the flower pots as another accent of the contemporary style in the classic aroma. Unique and spectacular, however, is the balcony of this interior staircase. The concept is so rare, so fascinating, and invites, through mere presence, to flying beyond the monden, "today" and "yesterday", just into the romantic and tumultuous world of Shakespeare's sonnets. Thus, the entire architectural and interior design concept is structured, the harmonization of extremes being, in this case, the successful challenge of the house. The colors and the game of their joining add to the sobriety of the massive woodpieces, to the same extent that classical paintings dabble from the colorful extravagance of contemporary art pieces. Harmnica Blues is remarkable by the sum of its contrasts, and if you are looking for a personality house, you will not be bored with this jewel built in 2008.