Interior designer: Alexandra Rudenko
Visualizer: Diana Beklemesheva
This project is a prime example of functionalism-symbolism symbiosis. The floor-to-ceiling panoramic window with a beautiful view of the city is a special feature of this apartment. This is the only window in the apartment, so that, it performs primarily the zoning task. The open floor plan that we use here enables the natural light to get into the studio, the kitchen and the bedroom.
The entrance hall, the dressing room and the bathroom are separated by the partitions. The space in other zones is separated by glass constructions, curtains and finish materials.
The living room visually differs from the bedroom and the kitchen only by the type of the floor coating, therefore the floor of the whole apartment is made of microcement while in the living room there is a warm, inviting body of wood.