Unusual ceiling, long loggia, light background,sophisticated decor is not all that this apartment can impress with. Of course, not everyone has a large living space, but the ideas shown here can be applied in their small apartments. This 180-meter apartment has several significant advantages at once. Firstly, there is a magnificent panoramic view of Moscow, secondly - the semicircular shape of the ceiling and thirdly - the unusual lightness and airiness of the interior, filled with many complex shapes. Natalia Guseva, architect Member of the International Union of Designers. In the late 90s, she created her own architectural and design bureau, Guseva-studio. He actively cooperates with Italian designers and constructors. As required, she creates pieces of furniture and interior accessories herself. The most remarkable thing about this apartment is that at the project stage this area was sold as it should have been two-level. However, during the construction process, everything changed and the apartment turned out to be one-level, but with one long loggia, which was subsequently insulated and attached to the main part of the apartment. Just for this reason, the apartment gotSemicircular, like the roof itself, ceilings. Of course, this form dictated the style of the entire interior. Initially, the apartment had a free lay-out. At the request of the customer, the architect designed, in addition to the kitchen and two bathrooms, only three rooms. Three rooms are all that was needed for lifecustomer: a very large and spacious living room, bedroom and son's room. It is difficult to call the latter a child's or even a teenage room, because its owner, the customer's son, has long since passed out of childhood and at the time of the renovation was successfully studying at the university. The author added a part to this room, and a spacious, light office with a gorgeous panorama of Moscow appeared. Another part of the loggia was "presented" to the living room and kitchen,As a result, it turned out an excellent bright and large space, flowing into one another: a living room in the kitchen, a kitchen in the loggia and a loggia back to the living room. One of the main advantages in this space, as well as in the office, was the view from the window - the panorama of Moscow. The apartment seemed to hover above the city - so that this impression was preserved, the architect suggested not to curtain the windows. Most of the furniture was designed forAuthor's sketches of Natalia Guseva in Italian factories. This is a closet in the hallway, cabinets in the bedroom, a dressing table, and on a light oak tree the author suggested making inlay with dark mother-of-pearl (the classic version is the other way around), which was done on the dressing table and on the closet in the bedroom. The kitchen here is from Ernestomeda (Italy), in the living room several items belong to the brand Luciano Zonta (all of the same Italian production), bed, pouf and chest of drawers in the bedroom - Ego Zero Ventiquattro. The apartment also has a lot of marble: on the floor in the kitchen and bathroom, in another bathroom - a marble mosaic. As for color, here the main idea wasgive space as much as possible On neutral backgrounds and light furnishings, you can see many bright color accents such as burgundy, crimson, blue, yellow and red. However, the color scheme is still based on nuanced light tones.
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