A two-room apartment on the 33rd floor with panoramic windows and an ergonomic layout

May 2, 2014
Posted in Apartments

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THE HOST
Artem – a lawyer.

METRIC AREA
46 sq.m

NUMBER OF ROOMS
2

CEILING HEIGHT
2.5 m

Artem purchased his apartment on the 33rd floor about four years ago, and moved into when the repair was finished. It had been an empty space with the only supporting column between the bedroom and the kitchen for the moment of purchase. Artem made the repair with the help of architects. He had several requirements: modern interior, a separate bedroom, and a large shower room.

Architects chose a minimalist style. Three zones were arranged – the kitchen, the living-room, and the bedroom. A housekeeping area was also organized. The space is open and there is no corridor as such. The ceiling was lowered by 15 cm.

Light colors were chosen for finishing due to small metric area, because they enlarge the space visually. Velvet plaster was used on the wall between the living-room and the bedroom.

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Natural teak was used for the floor in the bathroom and in the bedroom.

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A large shower cabin was installed in the bathroom, as Artem wanted.  The picture drawn by aborigines was brought from Australia. The sofa is Zanotta.

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Ceramic tile on the floor is Porcelanosa.

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All kitchen equipment including the wine chiller is built-in. The kitchen set is ABC, the table is NAOS, chairs are Desalto.

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A steamer with atmospheric pressure sensor was built in under the cooking top.

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An architectural glass table was made to order from designers’ scratch.

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Windows face a sunny side that’s why Roman shades obstructing light were selected.

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The clock Alivar.

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The wardrobe is Rimadesio.

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