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Five-room apartment in Bryusov Lane: interior of glass and concrete - etk-fashion.com

Have you ever seen an apartment that is equaldegree combines two different interior styles at once? No? Then today you will be pleasantly surprised to see a design masterpiece from the laboratory of virtual architecture. To begin with, let's say that the apartment is ordered by a family of businessmen. They wanted the most open, modern space using materials such as glass and concrete. The project was undertaken by chief architect Dmitry Kulish, architect Anton Semikin and project manager Anna Karpova. And now let's see how the "LVA-INTERIER" team managed to realize the wishes of the customers. LLC "LVA-INTERIER" "Laboratory of virtual architecture" was founded in 2001. For fifteen years already, "LVA-INTERIOR" has been conducting research in the field of architecture, solving architectural problems of shaping the living environment using artificially created measures and patterns that imitate the aesthetic and constructive function of space elements. One of the fundamental principles of "LVA-INTERIOR" is the maximum manifestation of the physical sense of time and space. labva.ru The central volume of the apartment was given over to a combined area of ​​the kitchen, living room and dining room. From the very front door you can see a spacious room with full-length stained glass windows. The private block of the master bedroom, bathroom and dressing room adjoins the common space on the right, and the study is located on the left. The common zone is divided functionally along the borderKitchen. The dining room and the soft zone are closer to the front of the windows, and the working area of ​​the kitchen is opposite, in the depth of the room, and is raised to the podium. The ceiling is lowered, and this additionally emphasizes zoning. This part is completed by a dynamic construction of white corian, which gives the impression that the entire kitchen area with the island is on a peculiar scene. White color was chosen as dominant. Particular expressiveness was achieved thanks to a contrast combination of different textures: a snow-white, glossy corian and a matte surface of a massive board on the living room and dining room floor. Against this backdrop, the ultra-modern forms of the Edra couch, armchairs and chairs, as well as the "alien" lamp Zaha Hadid over the dinner table are not so much objects of furniture, as art objects or exhibits in the museum of modern design. The master bedroom has a strict atmosphereAnd asceticism. In it there is nothing superfluous, in the center - the bed of the Ceccotti factory in the upholstery of rough leather; On the contrary, along the window there is a chest of drawers and lighting fixtures that are lowered from the concrete ceiling. The wall at the head of the bed is decorated with a panel of sawn stone Lime Stone. LED backlighting further emphasizes the plastic walls and rough texture of the material. A glass sliding partition separates the bedroom from the bathroom, thereby expanding the space of two rooms at once. The cabinet, unlike the entire interior, is solved inDark, lead-gray tones. Concrete walls and ceiling are left without decoration, the surfaces are only fixed with a special varnish. On the floor lie massive slabs of black slate, emphasizing the brutal spirit of the room. And along the window, from which a beautiful view of the city opens, the desktop of glued glass seems to float. From the same glazing glass, the surface of the library structure adjacent to it is made. Light projectors, refracted in the thickness of this layered pie of a variety of glass plates, transformed the wall into a streaming waterfall. Also in this atmosphere is very organically blended round, snow-white leather stove for reading the famous factory Edra. The decoration of the bathroom has a theme of naturalNatural shades. The central place in the composition takes an unusual bath from Villeroy & Boch, its shape is very reminiscent of the font. The wooden frame of the bath organically resembles the substructure of the shells.

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