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ITHAKA - Design & Architecture

ITHAKA - Design & Architecture

Moscow, RU

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Apartment on Leninskiy Ave. in Moscow

http://www.ithaka.ru/eng/portfolio?pid=141&cid=20&id=70

Usage of organic materials: travertine of milky color and American walnut wood of chocolate shade became the basis for developing the apartment image. The main concept while creating the apartment design was a rational approach to the use of expensive housing in Moscow.

It was necessary to achieve maximum lightness instead of stuffing the interior with plenty of furniture and cabinets.

The future residents have chosen a minimalistic interior with open space instead of separated living and dining rooms and predominant white color for the walls. White gives the whole apartment a very light appearance and visually enlarges the space. Dark hardwood floors and some furniture items are used to create contrasts.

A large aquarium used as a partition between the open space and the hallway makes the interior cozy and individual.

Furniture of leading factories "Flexform", "Cattelan Italia", "Poliform" etc and lamps by European producers "Artemide" and "XAL" were used in the apartment design. Units of German premium manufacturer in kitchen sector "Allmilmö" is used in the apartment.

Architects: Telemak ANANYAN, Gohar ISAKHANYAN, Anahit MKHCHYAN

 
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Status: Built
Location: Moscow, RU
My Role: principal architect

 
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