The project of a three-room apartment. The main task of the project was to
create a stylish modern interior for a family with two children. The
project is based on simplicity, functionality, practicality, clear lines,
geometric shapes, open spaces and a minimum of decor. The project is built
on contrasts: warm natural floor and cold walls, light and dark colors,
different in texture and pattern of fabric. The project is dominated by
natural materials and colors.
The main room of the apartment is a spacious kitchen-living room. Various
lighting scenarios were developed for the space, which allow you to create a cozy
twilight in certain areas. The kitchen area is made in dark colors—the
black facade of the kitchen unit and the island is complemented by a dark stone
counter-top and apron. In the living area, a spacious mustard sofa is
combined with a complex blue wall, concrete panels on the wall and natural wood
parquet and window portal.
The bedroom is a single private area with a wardrobe and a shower
room. The monochrome zone of the bedroom is diluted with natural wood and
complex burgundy color. The bedroom has an unusual lighting system. Lamps
at the head of the bed shine into the wall—the result is an unusual diffused
light. The same technique is repeated in the shower—the lamp is directed
into the mirror, which creates an interesting play of light.
Children's room is made in neutral colors. They tried to make
the room as spacious as possible in order to save space for active games. As
in the rest of the apartment, mainly natural materials are used, both in
decoration and in furniture. When designing a children's room, they took
the idea of a “clean slate” as a basis—they tried to make the room as
minimal as possible, not overloaded with details, so that children could freely
express themselves and decorate the space with their bright things and ideas.
The apartment has many different storage spaces—two wardrobes
and built-in racks. There is a guest bathroom and a separate laundry room.