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Interior in loft style: 5 best projects and authors of works

Summing up took place at the end of the yearthe next competition of young designers for the design of lofts. We looked at all the works and chose the 5 most impressive ones to show you on December 11, in the cozy exhibition space of the Exposed gallery on Shabolovka, an award ceremony was held for the participants of the annual competition for young designers, which was organized by the Neuhaus gallery. The main partner of the event this time was OCCHIO, which specializes in the production of unique lighting fixtures. This is how the theme of this year's competition was born: “Color and Light: Playing with Mood”. The participants were invited to create projects of loft-style houses - a conceptual interior design, where these two categories would help to maximize the possibilities of space. All the works were good, and we will show you five of the most interesting, in our opinion. They were among the winners, which were named by the authoritative jury. 1. "Charles Merion" by Anastasia Izvolskaya and Yanina Zatolokina The jury unanimously awarded the first place to the project called "Charles Merion", developed by Anastasia Izvolskaya and Yanina Zatolokina from the Art Up studio. The contestants came up with an unusual move and decidedto create a project of an apartment for a color-blind artist (the 19th century artist Charles Merion is his prototype) and his wife with normal vision. The result is a very talented interior, where the color scheme is designed in shades that are equally comfortable for both spouses. Judging by the sketches, this project is so good that it would be ideal for many other connoisseurs of convenience, coziness and calm atmosphere in their own home. 2.“House with a Tree” by Mad Mouse Group One of two second places was awarded to the project “House with a Tree”, developed by the Mad Mouse group consisting of Ferdinand Kuchkulyan, Vitaly Sergeev, Igor Vasiliev and Daria Filinkova. The authors came up with a discreet and at the same time quiteexquisite interior for a bachelor producer. In such an environment, it is comfortable to relax, to be creative, and it is also pleasant to receive guests even in the brightest and noisiest format. To change the mood of the space, colored light is actively involved in the project, radically changing the image of the apartments from the state of a quiet "den" to the format of a "night club". Our opinion:- It is not for nothing that modern architects call the loft the home of the XXI century, because such an organization of space is mobile and easily adjusts to the mood of its owner, be it a creative person, businessman or politician. 3. “Dutch motives” by Daria Kolesnikova Daria Kolesnikova from “Elena Gorenstein's Workshop” shared the third place with Anastasia Romanova (project with the design of the brutal loft “Game programmer”) and Kristina Rykova (project “Oasis”). The project "Dutch motives" was noted by the jury forA subtle aesthetics of the interior for a young family of travelers, where the classic is easily combined with modernity, and the dark walls have become an ideal backdrop for an exquisite collection of works of art. 4."Blueberry LOVE STORY" by Ksenia and Anastasia Makarovs The partner of the competition, the Manders company, presented the sisters Ksenia and Anastasia Makarov with a prize for the best use of color - a certificate for 40 liters of paint. The prize was presented by Alexey Eliseev, CEO of Manders. "Blueberry LOVE STORY" is surprisingly good! The color palette is unusual, but its shades look very harmonious. The interior turned out to be warm and gentle, cozy and attractive. Bright objects perfectly combined, and a successful lighting solution softens the sharpness of contrasts and gives softness to the general appearance of this loft. Our opinion:- Almost any ideas can be most successfully embodied in a loft: bright color accents or unusual decor items do not dominate the setting, but balance it if the designer decides on bold experiments, and at the same time observes a sense of proportion. And then even the abundance of blueberries is mesmerizing - you just want to change a city apartment for a loft in order to make the same beauty there! 5. “Fashion Designer” by Elena Nepryakhina Alexey Eliseev presented another special prize from Manders - he awarded Elena Nepryakhina's project “Fashion Designer” for the most beautiful hand presentation. Elena left the event with a basket of creative materials. The name of the project explains the presence ininterior of some details. The search for new forms is reflected in everything: in the zoning of the loft with light, in the arrangement of furniture and in the bright accents of the decor. This loft combines the functions of a living space and a working area. It is convenient to relax here, develop fashionable ideas and receive companies of friends or colleagues.

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