Immediately after purchasing the apartment, the couple contacted the Tel-Aviv based architecture & design firm Bronstein-Bracha Architecture & Design. Briefing the design team, The designers were asked to incorporate a very ambitious program to their 80 sqm wall partition plan.
This modern urban apartment is 135 m² in size and includes a living room, kitchen, dining area, balcony, 4 rooms, 2 bathrooms, storage room and a small room for the cats.
Designed to house the clients extensive photography collection this space was conceived of as an interpretation of the inner workings of a camera. Studio Collins Weir worked with both architect and client to translate this vision into a warm, inviting interior reflective of the owners personality.
Black and white keys always leave people an impression of calming, sensible and tough, however, carry unexpected infinite power inside. This project also conveys the same style, tough, calming, without distractions, in which you can feel the gentle arcs as well as the sense of design.
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.
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.