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Apartment in Moscow with a Functional Minimalist Style

Apartment in Moscow with a functional and minimalism style

To decorate this apartment with a 109 square meters surface,  Ithaka designers chose the functional minimalist style, emphasizing the functionality. In addition, for more attractiveness, they opted for natural and organic materials, respectively wood, textiles, stone, that give more warmth. The client’s wish was that the apartment to be dominated by warm and bright colors with dark color accents. The interior walls of the entrance hall are faced with dark slate on which the wall lamps create interesting games of light.

The space of the living room is combined with the dining room and the kitchen and the decorative elements from plaster, slate and walnut are used for decorating the walls. Floors are made of massive teak planks. A relaxing and warm atmosphere is created in the bedroom. The wall behind the bed is decorated with leather panels, the color palette being represented by beige and white. As for the bedroom, the main wish of the customer  was to bear in mind using original colors and obtaining a very functional space.

The little owner of the room is a creative girl who wishes a room with personality. The bedroom wall is decorated having as wallpaper the portrait of Actress Audrey Hepburn, designed specifically at the customer’s request. Some pieces of furniture were developed specially for the apartment’s interior by the designers from Ithaka.
Architects: Telemak Ananyan, Gohar Isakhanyan, Ani Safaryan

Apartment in Moscow with a functional and minimalism style

Apartment in Moscow with a functional and minimalism style

Apartment with a minimalism and functional style

Apartment with a minimalism and functional style

Apartment in Moscow with a minimalism and functional style

Apartment in Moscow with a minimalism and functional style

Apartment in Moscow with a functional and minimalism style

Apartment in Moscow with a functional and minimalism style

 

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