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Who said a small apartment had to be dull and strictly functional?
In this project, we proved that even a 44 sq.m. studio can be vibrant and stylish. Every centimeter of this interior is utilized to its fullest, as we needed to comfortably accommodate a family of four within such modest space. The story behind creating this project is fascinating and quite extensive, as each detail was carefully thought out, and almost all the furniture was custom-made. The floor-to-ceiling doors (nearly 2.7 meters high) adorned with metal rivets and the corridor wardrobe with 3D facades, which Kiev's craftsmen worked on for months, are just a few examples of the meticulous craftsmanship. Despite the overall Scandinavian style of the interior, we incorporated various brands - including the Italian Calligaris (dining set), Spanish VivesCeramica tiles (corridor, bathroom, balcony), English Little Green paints, Italian Lea ceramiche tiles (kitchen backsplash), German Duravit sanitaryware, Italian Kartell (corridor chair), and, of course, Swedish Ikea. All the lighting fixtures in the apartment are from leading European brands - Lampe Gras, Marset, Muuto, and others.
This interior was featured in AD Magazine 2017


44 sq.m.,Kyiv, Ukraine


Photos by Kate Zolotukhina

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