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This unique 80 m² apartment, situated on the top floor, feels more like a cottage due to its pitched roof, offering an interior that defies the conventional. Its high ceilings, panoramic glazing, and two spacious balconies further enhance this homey atmosphere.
Project name
A vibrant two-level apartment with the atmosphere of a country home
Architecture firm
Yulia Golavskaya
Location
Moscow, Russia
Photography
Sergey Ananiev
The interior design of this house was originally developed for a single owner. It was supposed to be a bachelor pad. Quite an impressive two-story bachelor pad. However, at the design stage, the customer’s plans changed, and the house was sold to a family with children. The new owners, as it turns out, are passionate about modern art and New York s...
Project name
Zorka Project
Architecture firm
Designer Sara Mikhailova
Location
Rublevo-Uspenskoe Highway, Moscow Region, Russia
Photography
Mikhail Bravy
The apartment is divided into public and private zones. The former includes a spacious living room, dining room, small lounge, kitchen, and the owner's personal office with a separate bathroom. The living room, dining room, and small lounge form a suite of rooms divided by tall double doors. When open, the space transforms into a vast common area w...
Project name
Luxurious space-themed design in a apartment in Moscow
Architecture firm
Sergeeva Irina & Alimbekova Olga
Location
Moscow, Russia
Photography
Mikhail Loskutov
The O&A London team took great care in designing this spacious two-bedroom apartment for a family of three in St. Petersburg, Russia. The space was quite unusual: located on the top floor of a historical building featuring slanted ceilings and attic windows.
Project name
Apartment in St. Petersburg: Feel the warmth of European Neo-Classicism
Architecture firm
O&A London Design Studio
Location
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Photography
Eugeniy Kulibaba
Architect Marina Lotsman's project for "Melody" company in Russia is not only an embodiment of the sound industry but also a symbol of preserving historical treasures. In this project, every detail, every architectural line, seems to affirm the importance of safeguarding a rich musical heritage.
Project name
Melody
Interior design
Marina Lotsman Architect & Design
Location
Moscow, Russia
Photography
Konstantin Malyuta
An international award-winning architectural bureau Kerimov Architects has designed a new residential complex. Located on the west side of Moscow region, it consists of 7 low-rise houses placed in a checkerboard-like pattern on a 3.5-hectare site.
Project name
Luminous Houses
Architecture firm
Kerimov Architects
Location
Moscow, Russia
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer
The private residence is at the 50-acre site in the Moscow region, next to the Losiny Ostrov National Park. The building’s structure is composed of 5 volumes connected by a common allure. This is done to ensure maximum privacy for each family member: 8 people from different generations will live here at the same time.
Project name
Introspective House
Architecture firm
Kerimov Architects
Location
Moscow, Russia
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderr
The apartment initially consisted of one bedroom and a kitchen-living room, but thanks to proper planning and zoning, a dedicated master bedroom, a children's bedroom for Sophia and a kitchen-living room appeared. The rooms are connected by a bright hall, which cleverly dissolves in space thanks to a high-length mirror.
Project name
Apartment in eclectic style of Chef designer of In2design bureau
Architecture firm
In2design
Location
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Photography
Alexandra Dubrova