The apartments are 45-90 sq.m.

Bright two-level apartment for a young girl from New York

Very high ceilings - not a hindrance for a cozy andInteresting interior. This was proved by designers from the studio Axis Mundi. They created an ultramodern, stylish interior with bright details, transforming a nondescript premise into a two-level apartment. This bright apartment is filled with light and positive energy. It is furnished with designer things with taste and in moderation. It seems that there is a young and full person here. Or maybe it is? For example, the owner of the apartment is a 25-year-old girl, who since childhood has become accustomed to noisy parties and good expensive things. And what if we go further, and assume that her parents are well-known party members in Manhattan, representatives of the creative class? It's already getting interesting, is not it? The author of this project is John Beckman (JonBeckerman), who leads the Axis Mundi studio. He decided to issue this small two-level apartment with an area of ​​67.5 square meters in a modern style. He created the interior together with colleagues Nick Messerlian (Nic Messerlian) and Richard Rosenblomom (Richard Rosenbloom). The fact is that initially it was just a room without walls and partitions with a very high ceiling. For John, this did not become a problem, on the contrary, he turned this shortcoming into one big advantage, having built the second level. Conducts on it a black steel ladder. Thus, it turned out to be quite nice two-level apartment with a spacious bedroom, an ergonomic kitchen and a cozy living room. Although we assumed that the landlady likes the apartmentParties, at home she probably wanted peace and quiet. Indeed, John and his fellow designers have created a space for recreation, not devoid of dynamics. And to bypass boredom and not make the interior monotonous thanks to many design things. This is the famous armchair-egg from Arne Jacobsen, and designer handmade carpet from The Rug Company, and a pendant chandelier from Gino Sarfatti, and lamps from Philippe Starck. A striking detail of the interior is a magnificent single-striped parquet, emphasizing the good taste of the hostess, apparently, grafted by her parents. Our opinion: - There is no TV and a music center in the apartment. They owner of the apartment preferred a neat fireplace, created to order. She loves to look at the fire and listen to the crack of logs. As the decor of the walls were chosen paintings -Works of local artists. They are made in the marine theme, since the sea, perhaps, is another "weakness" of the girl. This was due to the choice of blue for the design of the bedroom. In addition to the fact that this is one of the most actual colors this year, in this performance, the blue soothing effect on the psyche. Look how it harmonizes with the evening scenery outside the window. To bridle the brightness of colored parts in this interior is called white color. It is a kind of filter that does not allow impulsiveness to become the main thing in this apartment. Everything should be in harmony. That is why the kitchen was made completely white, and the facade of the headset - glossy. It reflects light coming from a large arched window. So a small space is filled with air and gets light. Wooden chairs resonate with parquet and do not give a white kitchen to deserve the reputation of a sterile, deprived of soulfulness of space. Our opinion: - A small apartment with high ceilings has become a cozy home for a young and cheerful person who appreciates modern art, loves nature, actively takes part in sports (as evidenced by a bicycle under the stairs). This girl appreciates the quality and it is felt in every detail. In our opinion, the interior has turned out to be complete and complete. Photographer Mikiko Kikuyama

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