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Repair of the week: the organization of space in the teen room

The more toys and textbooks a child has, the moreMore need for them boxes. But not every child can accommodate them. We found an interesting solution to the organization of space and order. This room of 14 square meters, in which a teenage girl lives, is located in a typical Moscow apartment. And the problem with these rooms is the same: cluttering with a lot of things. All kinds of small furniture - cabinets, chests of drawers, shelves, desk - create a feeling of constant chaos, even when in the room, at first glance, everything is cleaned. This is aggravated by the living of a teenager who is not yet quite used to the order, and often does not burn with the desire to guide him. Solving such problems is often quite difficult. However, Anastasia Shevelyova and Alexander Malinin from INT2 architecture, who was trusted by the girl's parents, transformed the room beyond recognition. Anastasia Sheveleva, architect-designer Graduated from the Volgograd State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering in 2009. Participated in summer schools and workshops in the Netherlands, Austria, Japan, Russia. Co-founder of INT2 architecture, leading architect and project designer. Loves foreign languages: speaks English, German, a little in Spanish. Alexander Malinin, architect Graduated from the Volgograd State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering in 2005. Participated in workshops in Europe and Russia. Co-founder of INT2 architecture, leading architect and project designer. Music is the second passion. Analogue photography and travel - the third. Dreams of customers The room that was to be repaired was filled with a very large number of disparate furniture: a wardrobe for the whole family, shelves with textbooks, a chest of drawers with small items and books, a single bed and a work desk. Customers were asked to transform all this chaos into a convenient and compact space, in which there would be a comfortably growing girl. Alexander Malinin, architect: - We suggested that all the disparate pieces of furniture be arranged in one group in one part of the room. It would have freed up another part of it, and would even seem a little more spacious. To realize this idea, we designed a multifunctional "box", into which all things were placed: from clothes and bedding to books and all sorts of trifles. And, of course, we planned a place for sleep and rest. Features of the layout Room shape -Rectangular, almost square. Therefore, in order to fit all this storage system in such a small room, the podium bed with the cabinets for things placed near the window, and the desktop - closer to the door, adding a large mirror to the opposite wall from the window. Anastasia Sheveleva, architect-designer: - On the opposite wall from the "box" we placed a multifunctional surface, which is a mirror, organizer and screen. It turned out to be done with the help of the sliding panel, which opens the organizer in one position, in the other - the mirror, and in the central one it is the screen for the projector. Color solution There are no screaming colors in the interior. Only calm, light pastel shades: white walls and ohrist color of "boxing" as a background; And mint, coral and gray give beautiful and very soft accents. Playing light Because the height of the ceiling is pretty"Modest" - only 2.5 meters, it was required to preserve the feeling of spaciousness as much as possible. To do this, including light. In the free zone, overhead and suspended lights are made, and in the "box" - built-in lighting. Furniture and interior items Almost all subjectsThe furnishings are made of furniture plywood. Well fitted into the interior of a roomy closet with a niche for the bed. It has open shelves for storage, closed and even secret. And drawers and a compartment for clothes are located under the bed and to the right of it. As for the decor, it is, so to speak, as minimalistic as possible: painted triangles on the floor and walls, posters with copies of illustrations from books on entomology of the XVIII-XIX centuries. Materials and finishing The project usedOnly natural materials: an engineering board on the floor (plywood + solid oak), and the "box" is made of coniferous plywood, a basket for small items is woven from rattan, there are plaster ornaments, and all textiles are made of cotton, linen and wool.

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