The authors of the project removed most of the partitions to create an open plan and replaced the walls with blue curtains. Only the bedroom remained separated from the main space.
The apartment’s monochromatic color and material palette is diluted with curtains, which are designed to balance the accents and make the space brighter and more airy, while maintaining some rigor.
The existing concrete slab ceiling was painted white throughout the apartment, except for the kitchen and bathroom, where it was lowered to provide ventilation.
The living room in the apartment is an area for communication, where, at the request of the clients, neither a TV nor a projector was installed. Instead of a TV, the room is decorated with a work by Yulia Popova.
Customers also requested an office area where the landlord could do his favorite thing – composing electronic music.
Mirrored panels in the living room, bathroom and bedroom create the illusion of endless space, while mirrored panels in the living room, bathroom and bedroom create the illusion of endless space.