Small Studio Flat Designed Especially for Rent

Small Studio Flat Designed Especially for Rent

Project: Small Studio Flat
Architects: INT2 Architecture
Location: Moscow, Russia
Area: 40m2
Year: 2018
Photography: INT2 Architecture

This small but spacious studio apartment was designed especially for rent. The main objectives of the project – low budget and easily restored finishing materials and furniture.

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Main principals:
– minimal investments in finishing materials: painted walls without leveling, open wiring, concrete ceiling, painted wooden floor boards.

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– usage of non-conventional pieces of furniture: industrial metal cabinets in the hallway instead of a wardrobe, industrial stainless steel tables and shelving, which are usually used in professional kitchens in bars and restaurants; welded furniture.

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– usage of vintage items from flea markets and online auctions: dining chairs, sink table, decor.

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