An attic in Austrian square with multilevel windows and wooden furniture

May 3, 2014
Posted in Apartments

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THE HOSTESS
Kristina – a project manager in IT-company.

METRIC AREA
60 sq.m

NUMBER OF ROOMS
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CEILING HEIGHT
4 m

The apartment in Austrian square is Kristina’s first rental housing. She moved in here two years ago. It had been a loft before. The constructors laid the service lines, sanded and painted the walls, laid parquet flooring and tile in the kitchen.

The owner decided to move to France, that’s why she purchased only bare essentials – wardrobes, tables, a bed. Most of the furniture is from Ikea. Then the space was interiorized by Kristina. A lot of interior details, books, houseplants, and pictures, which she paints at loose hours, appeared here when she moved in.

The apartment was divided into several functional zones with the help of a common wooden stack and a kitchen island. There is a separate working place, the kitchen, and the living room, where friends gather and watch films. There are some chairs and a pink flamingo on the balcony which fronts on Kamennoostrovskoy prospect.

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The building face in modern style with windows odd in shape was restored about a year ago. New frames were made to order.

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The kitchen was combined with the living space. The living room zone, the working zone, and a cooking place were demarked with the help of furniture and plants.

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A lot of windows make it possible to do without artificial lighting.

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There is a small bar counter instead of the dining table.

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The bedroom is in a separate room. One can get to the balcony from here.

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The hostess likes to paint and sometimes uses her bedroom as a workshop.

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As walls in the apartment are white, films can be projected in any room.

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Kristina found flamingo on the roof and took it to her balcony.

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