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SKYLINE MINIMALIZMApartment

2016
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type/projectApartment, showroom
location26 a Konovaltsa Street, Skyline residence, Kyiv
area109 sqm
client SKYLINE RESIDENCES
objective Simple modern interior, comfortable for successful adventurers enjoying their free time at home.
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THE STORY AND THE SOLUTION

Objects must be carefully organised. This interior is practical and functional. No eclectic spirit of "flea market" and unnecessary structures eating up your space.

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Сombining a living room with a kitchen we also allowed air and light to go through the apartment. The aim was to create an easy and neutral atmosphere, suitable for productive work or lying down to read after a hard day.

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The web of luminaires highlights a relaxation area.

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Under the metal Vibia lamps – glass table, soft poufs match the walls and a sofa. The furniture was made in Ukraine specifically for the project.

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A GREEN SOFA SEEMS MOTLEY AGAINST CALM THINGS. IT ANIMATES THE FLAT GIVING you A SPECIAL TASTE of THE LACONIC SPACE.
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You do not need be a weather forecaster to notice the different color temperatures. From cold walls to the warm ashen wooden floor.

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We did not overload the interior.

We built in wardrobes in the living room and bedrooms.

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Objects can be meticulously placed on the shelves in a minimalist way. A dressing room naturally came into being.

Minimalism likes natural lighting. Unfortunately, we can’t make the sun dwell in the flat. Only create a multi-level lighting system.

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Point lights and backlighting imitate daylight. The chandeliers in the dining area are a limited collection created by Sergey Makhno.

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    The balcony also follows the minimalist tendency. A miraculous view over Kiev city allowing one to contemplate.

    Curator of project: Sasha Doykov

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