A shining 108 m2 Moscow apartment with a fireplace and a sauna
We designed and delivered this fancy interior for a successful businesswoman. We had done a similar project for her before, but we added more details and accents this time. Our team combined two rooms on the right side of the apartment into one large bedroom with a bathroom and a workspace by the window.
We took care of creating this interior. Right now, the furniture is being installed in the apartment. The photos will be published soon, but in the meantime we are ready to show the interior as we presented it to the client at the end of the design project.
||A two-bedroom apartment
||Supporting pylons; a beam in the living room “cuts” the windows
Несущие пилоны выступают из стен
Несущая балка под потолком «обрубает» окна
The bathroom and the dressing zones were united to form a large SPA area
Transferred the bathroom entrance into the bedroom
Combined two rooms into a spacious bedroom with a workspace and lounge zone
The interior is mostly white, but it is personalized with some exquisite details. Our most interesting interior asset is the brass inserts between the Atlas Concorde porcelain stoneware tiles. We cut the tiles purposely to make the floor pattern have a more fragmented look.
The fragmentary nature of the interior is echoed by the "random" layout of cabinet fronts, wall panels as well as mirrors. The client also wanted her furniture to look glossy, so we covered these surfaces with refined glass.
The large living room is divided into several functional areas: a kitchen set with a dining table, a workplace by the window, a sofa near the electric fireplace.
The corner kitchen set is white with glass fronts. The upper modules are a little bit more decorative: the accent lighting makes the silhouettes of dishes and glasses visible through the frosted bronze glass. The style of these modules is also supported by the hob with a built-in hood.
Underneath the natural quartz countertop, there are lights providing an additional interior accent. We also hung an intricate gold-finish Brand van Egmond chandelier above the dining table with a marble countertop.
The TV is equipped with a pan-and-tilt mounting bracket, so one can watch it from behind a table or from a sofa. The cabinet on which the TV is hung raises the ceilings visually, as it hides a horizontal beam "cutting" the windows.
The main decoration of the kitchen-living room is an electric fireplace adorned with slabs of natural onyx. There is a backlight behind it as well, so the vertical pattern of the stone repeats the flame silhouettes.
We designed a concealed supply-exhaust ventilation and air conditioning system. It is only the narrow grilles that are noticeable in the apartment. Lighting has also been added in the niches under the ceiling, so it's a great option for cozy evenings.
Since this is a high-floor apartment with the bedroom windows facing west, we wanted this area to be filled with sunset rays. For the bedroom, we designed and made three mirrored closets and a shelving unit. The cabinet next to the bed has fronts of bronze mirror echoing the bed's upholstering. Behind the headboard of the bed there are soft wall panels trimmed with the bouclé fabric. These panels are fragmented with the same brass inserts as on the floor.
The bathroom is separated from the bedroom by a transparent partition wall with a bronze frame. The backlit onyx panel that covers the entire bathroom wall is also visible from the bedroom.
The bathroom is finished with bright slabs of natural onyx. Two slabs are arranged symmetrically to the shower, so that the resulting pattern resembles a butterfly. There is backlighting behind the stone, and the transparent sections of the panel let the light through. We usually install wall-to-wall tubs, but the client didn't want to make the bathroom space narrower, so we suggested uniting the tub with the tiles optically.
We made a white artificial stone countertop and built a sink into it. On the left, there is a ceiling-high cabinet hiding a sewer pipe. The space between the countertop and the bathtub is decorated with a mirror to make this narrow niche "disappear".
One of the supporting pylons is hidden by a mirrored cabinet by the desk and a shelving unit with a mirrored wall. The hanging desk has several drawers. The TV is placed on a remote control mounting bracket. It is lowered from the ceiling hatch and can be turned towards the bed or the sofa.
Next to the desk there is a sofa and a coffee table made of ultra-light glass with marble-like streaks by Glas Italia.
Opposite the apartment entrance, there is the spa area with a shower, a whirlpool tub and a sauna. There is also a cabinet for the washer and dryer with an extractor hood built into it.
We found a very special Jacob Delafon countertop sink for the bathroom. It is paired with a mirror with built-in perimeter lighting.
Our team is currently installing the furniture. This step is almost over though, so check this page to find pictures of the finished interior.
Head of Purchasing
Head of Finishing