An apartment for a young family with a small child in the residential complex Heart of the Capital.
The owners of an apartment in the Heart of the Capital Residential Complex turned to our interior design studio after an unsuccessful experience of cooperation with another design studio. The customer had one main requirement for the project: to place a children’s room, preserved in other rooms without discomfort.
The result was a three-room apartment in a noble elite style. Soft, warm color finishes on materials with brass accents and matte black details. The walls are plastered with metal profile inserts to add depth and play of shadows. Scenarios according to the American scenario are thought out so that different light sources fit the choice of furniture. Stone and wood, tied to the entire interior, flow smoothly from room to room, revealing the ability to reveal the entire interior.
The master bedroom, with beautiful accent panels in impressive stones, flows smoothly into the headboard of a large double bed, the headboard of which is emphasized by the shape of round bedside tables. The tops of the base units have a tinted mirror finish that reflects the shades of the pendant lights. The wardrobe was made in the same wall finish in order to visually dissolve within the boundaries of the premises.
Children’s room for a girl, this is a real dollhouse, the wish of the customer. This nursery has all the areas for the child to be realized: a drawing area, a full-fledged closet with a shelving unit, a bed and a play area with open panels. Provided a magnetic wall in the observation area. A performance room in pastel shades that harmonize with each other.
The bathroom received a spacious and dedicated area, due to the podium, which is located on a separate standing area and a shower room. Illuminated mirror with large sink built into the vanity top has storage space with sockets for viewing the toothbrush and razor.
Type: 3 room apartment
Area: 75 sq.m
For a rather small area of an apartment of 75 sq.m, it was necessary to think over full-fledged premises, such as: a kitchen-living room, a master bedroom, a children’s room, a bathroom with a shower room and a separate laundry room.
We are not supporters of walk-through corridors, useless corners, therefore, in each project, we work out ergonomics as much as possible in the planning solution.
We designed a spacious entrance hall, from which we smoothly get into the kitchen-dining room. For the effect of a visual increase in space, in the hallway one wall with two door leaves was used in the decoration of a tinted mirror, thereby visually increasing the space. The closet in the hallway is connected with the kitchen, it flows smoothly into the kitchen itself, without dividing the space, but only uniting them.
The kitchen was designed in such a way that it ended up with a “secret”, in one of the facades, there is a passage to the laundry room with an area for storing household, sports equipment and seasonal items.
We managed to increase the living area by expanding the loggia, which we insulated and turned into a full-fledged workplace with a stunning view of Moscow City, r. Moscow, Moscow State University. To visually separate the workplace and the living room, a sliding decorative partition was provided that can move along the opening. The kitchen configuration was designed as a peninsula, and in the end, instead of a free-standing table, it was supplemented with a full-fledged dining tabletop for 3-4 people.
All these ergonomic techniques helped to keep all the necessary areas in full, without depriving the owners of comfort and convenience.