Area: 160 sq.m
Artistic Director: Zaur Mansurov
Art Director: Renat Artov
Designer: Margarita Karavaeva
Interior of an apartment for a young family in the loft style. Studio apartment for work and leisure.
The apartment is located in a non-residential 2 floor building. On the first floor entrance area (small hallway), on the second - residential. We marked the flight of stairs with the famous Flos Aim lamp, which filled the space with chaotic wires and gave warmth with its pleasant glow. This is clearly seen from the side of the living room, which we separated by a large panoramic glass. Living room, kitchen and hallway combined into a single space-open space. The main element of the living room was a large corner sofa made of aged leather in the style of Timothy Walton.
As you know, the loft style is derived from industrial buildings and assumes the presence of industrial elements in the interior (coarse decoration materials, parading communications, etc.). But our task was to soften rough details and make the interior more comfortable and cozy. The comfort in this interior is set by sand-colored curtains, a carpet with bright patterns and warm light. In the master bedroom we decided to combine the seemingly incompatible - loft and classic elements.
On the one side of the bedroom there is a small working area with brutal brickwork, on the other hand a soft seating area against the background of gentle ottochento. The zones are divided into metal screen of black matte steel.
The bathroom and the wardrobe are separated from the bedroom by extravagant sliding partitions in industrial style.
In contrast to the elegant chandelier of the Moooi Heracleum bedroom, in the bathroom we used Tom Dixon pendant lights, typical of the loft style. On the floor tile, reminiscent of the Andalusian ornament.