Architects: SHKAF interior architects
Location: Moscow, Russia
This 33m2 Moscow apartment is perfect for a young professional without a family. The goal was to create a highly multifunctional apartment while keeping the space open.
The space is divided into two large areas. The first one—done in white, wood, and terrazzo tiles—includes the entrance zone, kitchen, and bed. At the entrance, there is a mirror and storage space. The second area, done in concrete, is more expressive and emotional.
The main element of the flat is the half-arc, which acts as a path between the two areas and gives the space a sense of dynamism and movement.
There is limited use of decoration and textile materials, with the exception of an abstract painting by Dmitry Raspopov and a sculpture by Anastasia Prahoba.
Photography: Polina Poludkina