Looking at Dnipro is a label given to apartments situated near the Dnipro River, Dnipro, Ukraine. The one in charge of the design was Tobi Architects. The design team adopted a laconic interior design concept for this 105-meter-square apartment.
In addition, they wanted to capture panoramic views of the Dnipro River. That being the case, they incorporated panoramic windows for that purpose. The windows also help the rooms to be filled with warmth and natural light.
Entrance doors were selected as the solution to separate the wooden slats from the partition. By doing so, the entrance doors have both a functional and decorative element. Furthermore, the kitchen area is seen as another feature that emphasizes the apartment’s laconic interior design. It is torn off from the floor to add airiness and lightness to the overall interior.
This apartment also consists of three bedrooms oozing contrasting design. One bedroom is more minimalist with the domination of neutral tones of white and grey. The design team incorporated nature element, such as potted green plants and wood bench, to decorate this particular bedroom. On the other hand, two other bedrooms are more vibrant in design. While the tones are equally soft, the design team added more textures, colors, and playful decorations.
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