The interiors of the Golden Oak apartment are made in a slightly more restrained manner, rather than the boutiques of the world brand, but at the same time they are not inferior in elegance. The overall concept of the project is based on heat-cold contrasts: colors, textures, surface finishes and textiles.
Andrey Avdeenko is a photographer of architecture based in Kiev, Ukraine.
The first apartment of a young family – was full of dreams about a new life in a cozy “nest”, joint warm evenings, beautiful holidays, a comfortable corner for the hobby and creativity of everyone. This emotionally charged project went to Elena Fateeva from Fateeva Design.
A two-storey apartment is located in Kyiv downtown, in the house built in the last century by a famous architect Joseph Karakis. The architecture of the building, the historical context that surrounds it, the view on St. Sophia Cathedral from the apartment’s windows, and the unique atmosphere of the old city — all of this became the semantic background and the starting point for renovation of the apartment.
The Kamala Center was instinctively and creatively developed thanks largely to the long term acquaintance with a customer. And also thanks to her deep passion for her business (the very story) – colour therapy, Aura-Soma, counselling, different kinds of massage, Yoga and meditation.
Often interiors are created based on a certain palette. Yuri Zimenko in this case went the opposite way. Each room has its own specific color, and the atmosphere in it is built on a subtle game of shades and nuances. For example, the bedroom is delighted with a noble purple.
Modern Dnepr apartment for a young family with two kids was successfully implemented without any changes of initial plan. In this project all the details were considered, beginning from the layout and finishing with a unique shades of the walls.