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Sunrise House in Lviv / Leopolis Architecture Group

Sunrise House

Sunrise House is a single-family house designed by Leopolis Architecture Group for a young family with two children. The house is located in Lviv, Ukraine.

Customers dreamed of a modern interior, which where family harmony could be cultivated. We tried to make this house as bright and cozy as possible.

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First floor is a place, where the family can spend quality time together. Soft daylight fills the combined space of living room, dining room and kitchen. Panoramic windows allow one to admire the scenery outside.

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Modern staircase leads to the upper sleeping area, where all the family members are provided with individual space. Rooms for teenage children were made in bright colors and create the mood that matches their young spirit best.

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Parents’ bedroom dark was designed in contrasting pastel shades and is not jammed with furniture. All clothes are hidden in a large wardrobe. The house has three bathrooms and a guest room, so there is enough free space even for large number of people.

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