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Bonvivan Apartment / Interra Studio – Dmitry Barashko

Bonvivan Apartment / Interra Studio - Dmitry Barashko

Project: Bonvivan Apartment
Designer: Interra Studio
Author: Architect Dmitry Barashko
Location: Minsk, Belarus
Area: 110 m2
Year 2018

This is the third project for one of our customers. During our acquaintance, his taste preferences changed with himself, metamorphosed our ideas about what and how to design. We call this project “BONVIVAN apartment “. Distinctive features of the bonvivan project are a free interpretation of the classics, small experiments and an attempt to create an interior for a specific person
There were many variations of functional zoning. The customer chose and doubted. We settled on the adult version. Practical. We decided that his family life was just around the corner.

Bonvivan Apartment / Interra Studio - Dmitry Barashko

Bonvivan Apartment / Interra Studio - Dmitry Barashko

Bonvivan Apartment / Interra Studio - Dmitry Barashko

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Bonvivan Apartment / Interra Studio - Dmitry Barashko

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Bonvivan Apartment / Interra Studio - Dmitry Barashko

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