Family apartment on Patriarch Ponds
Luxury and utility seem mutually exclusive when it comes to design, but that was exactly what a young family was looking for when they purchased a big apartment in the heart of Moscow. The couple wanted a light-filled, spacious, and cozy home that met the family's individual needs. Located in an old house, this apartment consists of a hall, a combined living-kitchen-dining room, a master bedroom with bathroom, cabinet, wardrobes; two kids rooms, and a common bathroom.
A public zone is created by the dramatic combination of living, dining, and kitchen areas. Open concept allows natural light from windows to flood every corner of the space. The entertainment areas utilize eye-catching materials, from traditional herringbone parquet flooring to luxury design pieces artfully united with a sophisticated palette of beige, graphite and gray. To make the apartment more dramatic and intriguing, architects added spectacular features like graphic wall coverings, art photography, special moldings, modern fabrics, and lux furniture.
In the private area, the designers combined comfort, coziness, and functionality. With two daughters, the couple desired an elegant home with an intimate private space so the architects separated the master bedroom from the kids rooms.