A Dramatic Modern Apartment with a Neutral Color Palette in Moscow

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A Dramatic Modern Apartment with a Neutral Color Palette in Moscow by Vladimir Malashonok (1)
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Apartment Renovation in Moscow by Vladimir Malashonok

“The apartment is situated on the south of Moscow and was designed for a family of two.

The renovated space includes the hall, guest lavatory, combined kitchen/living room/dining room, the cabinet, the master bedroom with a bathroom and a gym.

The designer’s aim was to create a minimalistic but dramatic interior, putting together the dynamic and contrast shapes and the functional space itself. Due to the budget limitations, simple and inexpensive materials (such as – laminated panels, tiles and gypsum) were used.”

Photos courtesy of Vladimir Malashonok