Area: 100 sq. m.
Location: Kyiv, Ukraine
"Living minimalism about freedom. There is nothing extra in the interior, at the same time there are a lot of textures and warmth." — Viktoria Yakusha comments on the project.
When creating a home for a family, we went towards nature and its tranquillity. The materials are alive, the shades speak softly. Clay became the main material of the space. The textured background of the walls and ceiling unites the main area, dressing room and recreation area.
Most of the furniture and decor are FAINA collection. In the bedroom, there is a PAMPUKH bed, complemented by sculptural ZTISTA bedside tables and a tapestry with Slavic symbols at the headboard.
The original layout of the apartment was not functional. We redesigned the interior but retained the spirit of the space - filled with air and excess free.
A place of power in the living room is the ZTISTA table with recognizable sculpted legs and an oval ash top. Smooth rounded shapes are continued by a soft sofa in earth shades and SONIAH bra.
The bathroom invites you to a warm tub, which is extremely pleasant to the touch, as it is made of wood, just like the washstand. The terracotta shades of the bathroom set and decor continue the overall concept of the space.
Green terrace — to be closer to nature. To feel oneness with it, even on the twentieth floor near the sky.