Designed by Lugerin Architects
Location: Kiev, Ukraine.
Project area: 140 sq.m.
Project year: 2018-2019
Photographs: Viktoriya Gibalenko
The apartment of 140 square meters is located in the residential complex Sonyachna Brama in Kiev.
On the first floor there are: a spacious hall with natural light, bedrooms, a bathroom, a guest bathroom, a technical room. There is also an open space in the living area - a kitchen, a dining room and a living room with a laconic staircase leading to the second floor. On the second level there is an office, an art studio and a dressing room.
One of the advantages of the apartment is a two-level living room space. High ceiling, large glazing area, expressive architecture of stairs, second level construction. All this creates a unique image of the room.
The textured wood beams, Wireflow lamp, coffee tables serve as accent aesthetic elements.
The master bedroom is distinguished by a metal construction of the bed, a soft headboard and a countertop with a imbedded makeup table.
Lighting in the interior also plays an important role. Spotlights, hidden ice lights, floor lamps and sconces create a different atmosphere in the rooms.
A few words need to be said about furniture: all imbedded furniture and the kitchen are designed individually for this project, taking into account customer preferences and functional needs.
The main secret of this project is a sense of limits and control of proportions, which give a feeling of a perfect balance of space, light and volumes.