Designers of the architectural bureau "Berloga"they tell and show, using the example of a three-ruble note (75 square meters), how to create a small but truly comfortable and modern home for a family that is often away from home. The owners of the apartment are a young family with a child. The guys travel a lot, live in different parts of the world, and in Moscow they are more likely to "visit" and spend only a small amount of time here. Nevertheless, they wanted to have a comfortable and functional home that they could confidently call home. The designers of the Berloga architectural bureau undertook to bring this idea to life. Natalia Vodopyanova, architect-designer Architect-designer and chief communicator of the Berloga bureau team. Graduated from the National Academy of Nature Conservation and Resort Construction. In his work, he pays special attention to an individual approach to each customer. www.arch-berloga.ru Marina Sennikova, architect-designer Graduate of the Vladimir Construction College and Moscow State University of Design and Technology. In the last courses I managed to work in a small architectural bureau, as well as in "Mosproekt-2". In the "Den" since 2014. Since last year he has been teaching at the Moscow State University of Engineering and Technology at the Department of Environmental Design. www.arch-berloga.ru The planning solution in this apartment was built on the principle of viewpoints from windows. The most gorgeous view - of the Zhivopisny Bridge - was given to the kitchen-living room, where the family gathers most often. The bedroom and the nursery were placed in rooms that were practically the same in size. There is also a small laundry next to the hallway. As mentioned above, the mainThe "attraction" of this living room is the view from. That is why the designers decided to turn the wide window sill into a cozy bench with cushions, from which it is convenient to admire the bridge and the sunset. The main colors of the kitchen-living room are warm beige indifferent shades, chocolate and purple. Despite the fact that the overall decoration of the room is done in light colors, the color zoning is still present: so, due to the furniture, the kitchen area turned out to be darker (for it the wooden facades of the wine shade were chosen), and the bar is an artificial stone bar. The bedroom is the least illuminated room in theapartment, and designers, this "flaw" was originally defeated, further strengthening and emphasizing the atmosphere of the cocoon with dark walls. This has made it possible to turn the bedroom into a secluded and comfortable corner for sleeping. Also on the right sensations are a variety of cozy invoices: bed linen, soft headboard, fluffy carpet and all the rest of the textiles. Very different in style and color schemeturned out to be a child's play for the girl. Mint walls, white furniture, rabbits on the walls, floral textiles and a chandelier in the form of a tea set - all these details turned the room into a real laconic bedroom of a little princess. The bathroom has the general color scheme of the apartmentretains with some changes: purple and chocolate are replaced by a deep color. The walls are finished in beige porcelain stoneware, and the designers have chosen contrasting patterned tiles for the floor. According to Natalia and Marina, the main ideainterior design was born at the first meeting with the customer. They immediately agreed on the atmosphere and color scheme: as a palette, it was decided to take warm, ocher shades in combination with thick and dark chocolate shades, as well as add bright accents of purple and the now fashionable shade of Marsala. In general, the interior turned out to be quite eclectic andso cozy: modern furniture in this apartment is combined with vintage items, a coffee table in the form of a retro suitcase is side by side with wrought-iron lamps above the bar counter, and abstract painting - with a growth mirror in a massive aged baguette.
December 16, 2017
December 16, 2017