Garden Quarters Premium Residential Complex in Khamovniki. We designed this 163 sq.m. apartment for a large family of six. The area allowed us to place here a spacious living-room-kitchen with a working area for two people, three bathrooms, a master-block, two children's rooms for four children, a separate laundry room, a walk-in closet in the hallway.
The customers had a pretty specific understanding of the style for their new apartment. It had to be a combination of natural materials, monochrome and calm colors, minimalism in decoration, lighting and in general in the whole environment. The statue of Ganesha at the entrance to the apartment we were asked to keep, as well as the wooden panel next to it on the wall. The use of one active type of stone in the interior was also one of the wishes, so it is found in the kitchen and in the bathrooms and on the console in front of the sofa. Instead of porcelain stoneware in the wet areas of the floor we chose microcement, and to tone it up on the walls and ceiling for texture we used plaster. Thanks to the fact that the surfaces gently flow into each other, the space was seamless and enveloping.