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Apartment in Moscow: what a modern young man looks like

Cozy, free of useless items anddecor, filled with natural harmony - this is how, according to designers from the architectural bureau Berphin Interior, the apartment of a person who is often not at home should look like The owner of this apartment lives in two countries: he works in London, but constantly flies to Moscow, where his girlfriend is waiting for him ... The young man has very little free time, so he managed to take part in creating the interior of his own home only at the stage of project development, the responsibility for the implementation of which completely fell on the fragile shoulders of two girls-designers from the architectural bureau Berphin Interior. Inna Tejoeva and Zina Broyan, Berphin Interior designers, are engaged in architectural design, design and decoration of private and public interiors. The bureau was founded in Moscow in 2007 and specializes in the creation of sophisticated, functional and ergonomic spaces using several styles. The founders of the bureau and the authors of the interiors are Inna Tejoeva (School "Details", Moscow) and Zina Broyan (Istituto Marangoni, Paris). The European way of life could not but leave an imprint on the aesthetic preferences of the landlord. Therefore, the designers suggested that he combine several of the interior styles that are most typical for Europe. The result is an original variation on the theme of Scandinavian minimalism and natural motives with decorative inserts in the style of the sixties. Inna Tejoeva, designer: - When planning an apartment, we wanted to use every centimeter. It was decided to decorate the rooms according to the type of European apartments - laconic, in pastel colors, using environmentally friendly materials. The pace of a young man's life is safecalled crazy, so another natural solution for decorating an apartment was a limited range of furniture and decor. Everything you need is here - and at the same time nothing superfluous. When choosing things, preference was given to more compact and functional ones. All furniture is made in a modern style, but with a slight hint of the style of the sixties. Part of it was purchased in the salons of Moscow, and part was ordered in Italy. The choice of designers fell on the products of the leading European factories: Porada, Meridiani, Georgietti, BoConcept, Riva 1920. A choice of a natural natural color scale andNatural materials was due to the desire of designers to create in the apartment an easy, harmonious atmosphere in which it is easy to breathe. Hence, other obvious ecological notes in the interior: green mosaic in the bathrooms, toilets and bidets in the form of stones, bar stools from a single piece of wood. The design of each room is aimed at "switching" the thoughts of the occupants of the apartment from the frenzied pace of the metropolis to leisurely and calm natural rhythms. But working on the creation of light scenarios,the designers did not restrain themselves. Their love for multi-level lighting definitely affected here. In addition to circular ceiling lighting in the bedroom, study and living room, there are quite a few table lamps in the interior, and there is also a floor lamp. The bathrooms are also beautifully lit: light above the mirrors, in the shower and above the bathtub. Lighting equipment was purchased in Moscow: BPM (Spain), Martini Light (Italy), BoConcept. As for the layout, it is verypractical and meets all the needs of a modern young couple (it's time to say that the girl of our hero also lives in this apartment). It has a spacious bedroom with an adjoining dressing room, a study, also with its own dressing room (really, why mix jeans and business suits), a very welcoming living room, an ergonomic kitchen and a small laundry room. In addition to the spacious living room, the hospitality of the owner is confirmed by the presence of a guest bathroom. The project was completed within six months. Photographer: Sergey Ananiev

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