Create a productive space with dark hues, ambient lighting, natural materials, and ergonomic furniture for deep thinkers.
Julia Andrievskaya, a professional interior designer from Moscow with 10+ years of experience, completed a residential project called PESTOVO Country House. Located in the Moscow region (Pestovskoye reservoir), this country house was designed for a young couple with two small children as clients.
Maximize compact living with multifunctional furniture, vertical storage, natural light, flexible lighting, and personal decor touches for a stylish, functional space.
Aizhana Kunayeva and Aidana Koshumbayeva from Akka Interiors Studio have completed a residential project of a spacious 300 m² apartment for a large family in Almaty, Kazakhstan. It is an exciting project filled with new and creative ideas.
The second floor of the concept store and gallery Carol Christian Poell in Moscow unveils a realm of avant-garde fashion and art. It has a minimalist industrial interior design that attracts everyone’s eyes and invites them to visit. This interior design also features an art object in the form of a cut half of a cast-iron bathtub that makes an ideal backdrop for the avant-garde collection.
Create a baby corner with a multifunctional crib, cozy chair, side table, and wall shelves. Use soft lighting, optimize closet space, and ensure safety.
Enhance reading with chairs like the Eames Lounge, classic wingback, or bean bag for ultimate comfort. Choose ergonomics and style for a perfect nook.
Modern outdoor furniture combines metals like stainless steel, aluminum, wrought iron, and synthetic materials like resin and recycled plastic, with durable, weather-resistant fabrics like acrylic, olefin, and polyester. Opt for cushioning materials like open cell foam or PET foam for comfort and longevity.
Located in Moscow, Russia, A 65 m² Moscow Apartment with An Adaptive Timeless Interior is an awesome residential project designed for the bachelor by Ivan Kochev from ARCHJOINT. The main idea of this project is to create an adaptive timeless interior.
Create a serene relaxation space with calming colors, plush seating, natural elements, soft lighting, and minimal clutter. Add personal touches, aromatherapy, and soothing sounds for ultimate comfort.
Ivan Kochev from ARCHJOINT Studio succeeded in designing an airy and light-filled apartment project called MINIMALISM FOR LIFE. Intended for a family of three, this apartment is located in Russia, Moscow with 67 m2 of the total area.