The apartments are 45-90 sq.m.

Muscovites decided on experimental design: a glass apartment

Автор этого интерьера —архитектор-новатор Сергей Nasedkin. How he finds customers ready for experiments, we do not know. But the fact is obvious - in this apartment, almost all the walls are glass. And that's not all. The owners of this apartment are a young family living in a modern rhythm. The customers did not plan to create an “otherworld” oasis at home and wanted a modern, stylish and at the same time simple and functional space. Moreover, in the process of implementing the plan, they were not at all afraid of the prospect of going through bold experiments. This trust won the author of the project. Sergey Nasedkin, architect Graduated from an architectural school at the Moscow Architectural Institute, Faculty of Architecture, State University of Architecture. Now - art director and co-founder of the architectural company ARCH.625 arch-625.ru Planning solution of the apartment - completelylinear, with a conditional division into functional areas of the living room, bedroom and kitchen. It was also decided to divide the bathroom into. To achieve the effect of freedom and open space, all partitions were decided to be made of glass. However, at will, the owners will be able to fence themselves off from the rest of the premises with the help of curtains literally in one movement. One of the important engineering tasks thatthe author set himself, it was the insulation of panoramic glazing and the joining of the space of the balconies to the total volume of the apartment. As conceived by the developer, this 75-meter apartment was divided into small isolated rooms with narrow, uncomfortable corridors. From now on, the apartment can be freely viewed from anywhere in the space (if, of course, all the curtains are removed), and from the bathroom, thanks to a clever system of mirrors, customers will be able to admire the city landscape outside the windows. Without exaggeration, all the furniture in this interiormade according to the author's sketches, on the territory of Russia. It is quite unusual that in addition to the kitchen, island, and beds, a sink and a bath bowl were also made to order, the material for their production was white Corian. The color scheme here is pretty simple - shadesnatural wood and walls with ceilings. However, there is also an imperceptible at first glance, but quite tangible technique - instead of the usual borders and baseboards between the walls, floor and ceiling, the author left shallow thin niches, into which the lighting was then mounted, and it, in turn, "tears off" the floor and ceiling from the walls, creating a feeling of lightness and weightlessness. For the first time, such a technique in the architecture of interior spaces was tested by Claudio Silvestrin, the permanent architect and author of the interiors of all Armani Casa boutiques around the world. Later, this technique was adopted by other architects and decorators, working on the creation of the interiors of the most expensive boutiques and showrooms. And I must say that the reception works flawlessly. The main principle of this interior is obvious -no boundaries. Glass partitions, a minimum number of interior items work for the idea. There are many built-in storage systems that, thanks to the right finish, literally merge with the walls. Some items perform several functions at once - for example, a kitchen set and a dining table are combined into an island. arch-625.ru

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