Apartment in Berlin is a project designed by Dezest design. This project is like a piece of music in which not a single note can be lost when there is nothing to remove, and there is nothing to add when everything is in its proper place.
Soft touch residence is a project designed by Bolshakova Interiors. “The client’s main desire was a white interior with a streamlined shape and red kitchen, which acted as the starting point for our team in creating the Soft touch residence. Bright accents in red colours emphasize the individuality of the owners and highlight pertinent details.” Photography by Andrey Avdeenko
Zero-room apartment is a project designed by MÁS. Creating a really tiny flat is always a challenge. However, checking the continuously increasing real estate prices there is a really big need for bringing out the most of all square meters and create great living conditions even in the smallest places. Photography by Dávid Kis.
Paris and London-based Guillaume Alan created the architecture, design and furniture design for the 180 square metre (1,937 sq.ft) residence of a busy professional French couple that travels the world. Photography by Matthew Donaldson.
B-13 by is a project designed by Nikita Bulatov. This apartment for a young family is located near the international airport Zhuliany in Kiev. Since the apartment has an elongated shape, a small area and only one window – the most important task was the functional planning of the space.
80s be gone is a project designed by hobbs jamieson architecture. An existing 1980’s attached dwelling has been completely renovated internally. The client’s brief was to maximise the space, ‘remove the 80’s’ and deliver a sharp, refined living environment. Photography by Luc Remond.
Fisher Island Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. Secluded on the exclusive Fisher Island, where you can only get by the water, this apartment, overlooking Biscayne Bay and Downtown Skyline, is pure minimal chic relaxation and reminiscent of Brazilian art, a passion of the owner. Photography by Fran Parente