This little corner apartment is located in a new building on Leninsky Ave, an upscale district of Moscow. Initially, the project had limitations and in spite of flexible planning it was impossible to change the plan of the premises and their function.
The logic of life in this project is very simple and customary — just a small entrance hall separated from the living room (the main and only public area) by a glass partition, starts corridor linking the private zones — a bedroom, nursery, and a large bathroom. Therefore, at the request of clients the spaces have been solved in a simple, traditional manner with the inclusion of certain architectural details and spaces making them quite uncommon and interesting. These unusual items are used in the living room – a complex oak wall near which some media devices with LED backlight are settled (the only color elements in this black and white interior). This group is in dialogue with a contrasting black and white kitchen, built on contrasts of color and materials – the black granite and light wood facades. Between the two dark walls which expand the space visually, there is an inlaid white travertine flooring, large windows are reflecting the light. So the floor and angulous white Rolf Benz couch are seem to be glowing from inside
It was decided to dilute neutral colors and noble natural materials with light decorative accents created by famous Italian Petracer’s ceramics from the Tango Rock collection. The ceramics can be seen not only in the bathroom, but even in the hallway and a bedroom. In addition, the ornament from ceramics is repeated on the glass in the bathroom and on the glass partition which separates the living room from the hallway. Thus, this large decorative element tied together the entire interior, softening it and giving it a living atmosphere.
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION: 2011
FLOOR AREA: 105 М2