Openspace Apartment / Yulia Tkachenko

Openspace Apartment

Openspace apartment was designed for the couple with two children in a modern style. It is located in Lviv, Ukraine. The apartment was designed by designer Yulia Tkachenko.

A redesign of the apartment started immediately with the construction of an apartment building where it is located. The builders have constructed partition walls and installed the points for connecting electrical and plumbing appliances according to the designer’s plan.

Openspace Apartment 1

The remodeled space includes combined hallway/kitchen/living room, guest lavatory, wardrobe, bathroom, bedroom and children’s room. The kitchen, living room and a hallway are combined into one large space for spending time with family and friends. On a comfortable sofa, one can enjoy the Bio Flame or favorite movie. The folding table makes it easy to accommodate many guests when placed before a sofa. From behind the bar, one can also watch TV, which is an excellent option for children since they like to watch cartoons while having breakfast before school or dining.

Openspace Apartment 2

The openwork sliding partition separates a common space for all family members and guests from a personal space of apartment owners, which includes the bedroom, children room and bathroom. In bedroom and nursery instead of traditional headboards, the soft panels were used according to size and shape specifically designed for this project. The furniture in the children room and partly in the bedroom were also custom designed. The combination of colors was chosen considering the location of windows towards the cardinal directions and according to the owners’ preferences.

Openspace Apartment 3

Openspace Apartment 4

Openspace Apartment 5

Openspace Apartment 6

Openspace Apartment 7

Openspace Apartment 8

Openspace Apartment 9

Openspace Apartment 10

Openspace Apartment 12

Openspace Apartment 13

Openspace Apartment 14

Openspace Apartment 15

Openspace Apartment 17

Openspace Apartment 17

Openspace Apartment 18

Openspace Apartment 19

Openspace Apartment 20

Openspace Apartment 21

Openspace Apartment 22

Openspace Apartment 22

Thank you for reading this article!

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

Mills House / Carol A. Wilson Architect

In 1700, it was first reported that the coast of Maine had “as many islands as there are days in the year.” Thus, the Calendar Islands began to epitomize Maine living. Chebeague represents one of these islands and carries with it a rich history among the generations who call this place home.

David Street House, Austin / Murray Legge Architecture

This project began with two families purchasing a large Central Austin property and subdividing it into two narrow lots to build new homes on - we were hired to design one of the homes.