This stylish, bright interior is created in the bestScandinavian style for a couple of businessmen, but a few details were added to the interior in order to highlight the interior. Dmitry and Zlata Mudrogelenko architects designed a Nordic-style interior that was traditional for the Northern Capital and was diluted with bright elements and modern materials. Dmitry and Zlata Mudrogelenko architects Education - St. Petersburg University of Civil Engineering (2001 and 2002), specialty "Architecture", Department of Urban Design and Urban sredy.Osnovnaya specialization architecture duo - design and implementation of a modern interior and a private international arhitektury.Finalisty Interior awards Kiff 2014 and Interia Awards V 2014 (heading "Innovation, interior of the house up to 300 square meters.") Creative credo - "Urbanism in architecture, architecture in the interior." Mudrogelenko.com This apartment is designed for a couple whose children have already grown up and live separately. Spouses have their own small business and lead an active lifestyle - visit fitness centers, actively travel around Russia, and often travel abroad. The couple bought an apartment in a new modernHouse on a high floor with a panoramic view, from where you can easily see the main spiers of the Northern capital. This is a good, solid house in the north of St. Petersburg from a good developer - a landscaped area, the presence of a condominium, a concierge on the stairs. In addition, the house has ventilated facades, aluminum glazing, three-meter ceilings, extended areas of premises and two bathrooms. The cost of the apartment was about 10 million rubles. The authors immediately stipulated the budget and stylisticdirection. The work was estimated at about half of the cost of the apartment itself, and as a stylistic solution we chose a modern, not conceptual, but sustained, climatically close direction - Scandinavian. Architects and position this project - a clear business class in Scandinavian style. By joining the loggia to the living room (modernThe design of the house is allowed) and making glazing directly from the floor to the ceiling, the authors of the project allowed the maximum possible natural sunlight into the premises - this solution is typical for northern latitudes due to rare and short sunny days. As a color basis, architectsUsed a warm light-buffy shade. In this case, as bright large spots used dark, deep eggplant, as well as bright metalized wallpaper from Osborne & Little. The use of contrasting colors in large simple geometric shapes and simple repetitive graphic patterns is also a characteristic feature of the Scandinavian style: in poor daylight color nuances are difficult to distinguish. Financial planning stopped the architectsOn the choice of not very expensive, but high-quality German lighting. Inclusion groups and different light sources at this facility are given special attention (as well as on other projects of this design duo). This comes from the desire to as much as possible to move away from the depressive evening weary perception of space. One level of floor and ceiling, unchanged material,The lack of doors and thresholds unites the common premises of the apartment: the hallway, the corridor, the living room, the loggia-cabinet, the kitchen-dining room. Separate - private areas: bathroom and shower, bedroom and study. In the living room there is a sofa Mobel & Zeit, English chair Hush, factory Naughtone. The descended table on wheels - IKEA Strind, carpet in the living room - IKEA Trocklever. Floor lamps in the living room - Spun Light, factory Flos. Dining group - Tulip, Knoll factory, pendant lamp above table - Le Soleil, Foscarini factory. The kitchen is made in St. PetersburgDrawings of designers. The pencil cases are built from floor to ceiling, from wall to wall. Built-in and concealed appliances: refrigerator, washing machine and dishwasher. Facades - glossy colors: coffee-milk, eggplant. Table top - Russian production, quartz artificial stone. Apron - with impregnations of wallpaper, covered with a hot glass with illumination. Bathrooms are made in a single solution: Ratified Russian porcelain Marazzi, 600 x 600 cm, beige, with minimum seams of 1.5 mm, aluminum profiles on the outer joints of the tile. There is also furniture, designed by author's drawings, as well as hidden communications and drain tanks. All furniture, except for the floor, on which sit, or tables, behind which work - built-in type. For this purpose, special niches were provided, which were carried out at the early stages of the construction of the facility.
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