Artem, a lawyer
Quantity of rooms: 2
Metric area: 46 m²
Ceiling height: 2.5 m
Obtaining turn out to be a pleased owner of an apartment on the 33rd floor of a newly-built housing estate 4 years ago, Artem was capable to move in soon after a year of redecoration works. At the moment of buy it was an empty space with an only load-bearing pillar among a bedroom and a kitchen. On the guidance of his buddies, the host turned to specialist architects from the “Archtika” organization for the improvement of layout and interior design and style projects. Artem’s wishes were couple of – contemporary-style décor, an isolated bedroom and a large shower cabin. The developed program was immediately authorized by the host, who produced just a handful of slight modifications in the method.
The architects set their option on minimalist style. Thanks to effectively-believed layout, the 46 m² managed to accommodate 3 full-fledged zones: a kitchen, a lounge and a bedroom, as well as a utility room. Although zoning the space, the architects have been striving for its maximum spaciousness, which accounts for the absence of hallways. Also, taking into account the developer’s specifications on fire-handle units, the ceiling had to be lowered by 15 cm.
Due to modest metric region, the décor was arranged in light colors, which are traditionally meant for visual expansion of space. A wall separating the lounge from the bedroom was initially planned as concrete, but in the end, so that the interior didn’t appear also harsh and cold, it was decided to utilize velvety plaster.
Tile pavement by Porcelanosa.
A selection for the bathroom floor was deck wood – natural teak. The bedroom flooring is created of the identical material, just lacquered.
According to Artem’s desires, a huge shower cabin was squeezed into the bathroom.
The whole kitchen appliances, which includes a wine cupboard, is constructed in. A kitchen set is ABC, a table is created by NAOS, chairs by Desalto.
Installed below a stove rather of an oven is a steam cooker with an air stress sensor.
A table of architectural glass was custom-made from designers’ sketches.
A clock by Alivar.
A picture, painted by aborigines, was brought from Australia. A sofa is produced by Zanotta.
Contemplating that the windows overlook the sunny side, chosen were Roman blinds, not admitting the light.
A walk-in closet by Rimadesio.