This apartment designed by Balbek Bureau on the slopes of Dnipro River where light hits and fills the space from dawn till sunset offers splendid color change on both sides of the window. This time architects decided to stick to the minimal urban loft which remains an unusual choice for family homes and suited rather for public spaces. Photo credits: Andrey Bezuglov, Slava Balbek
The designer from “STUDIO PERRI INTERIOR DESIGN” and her husband bought an old apartment in Herzelia , 15 minutes from tel aviv and renovated it completely. The apartment is 120 sqm and is located on the edge of the hill, with large windows to the east and south, which overlook Herzliya Park. Photography by Gidon Levin.
With a signature style of minimalism both in design and life, Huang Jiexin, the designer, perfectly shows the aesthetics of “less is more” in his own residence. The apartment was designed by JAMD ARCHITECTURE without any superfluous adornment. Photographer: Xiao En
Student’s apartment in Kiev is a project designed by YoDezeen. “This residence with an extremely limited area was completely transformed into a totally functional space with divided zones including a combined kitchen, dining and living areas, bedroom, wardrobe and evidently bedroom. photography by Shurpenkov Andrii.