Architect Ivan Kachalov designed a penthouse with an outdoor terrace, a winter garden and a wood burning fireplace in a prestigious new house in the Khamovniki district. The apartment is located on the top floor of a residential complex and has a huge advantage – an exploited roof hovering over the city. The result was a status interior with a view of the iconic Moscow architecture, luxurious and functional.
Two-story apartmen is a project designed by Ivan Kachalov. The owner of this unique apartment has lived in Londonfor a long time, where the traditional low-rise buildings with small courtyards in each apartment. Back in Moscow, she was looking for just such housing. And she found it in a residential complex Literator in Khamovniki. And Ivan Kachalov team helped her to recreate the spirit of London in the apartment. The two-storey apartment with panoramic windows with a total area of 180 square meters is decorated in a modern style. A sense of peace and respectability emanates from the wooden panels and calm colors that the designer chose to finish the entire space. This project is one of the most restrained in our portfolio, but surprisingly warm and cozy.
OKHA’s latest interior project, Clifton 301, is a seasonal two-bedroom apartment in a sophisticated contemporary complex designed by SAOTA. Flanked on either side by Table Mountain’s legendary Twelve Apostles, it looks out over breath-taking panoramic views of the Cape Atlantic Ocean and is in equal parts luxurious getaway, relaxed coastal retreat and entertainer’s dream. Photography by Niel Vosloo, Adam Letch, Peter Bruyns, Melissa de Freitas.
Yarraville Light House designed by ROAM Architects is a three bedroom home in Melbourne’s inner West. To the front, the original single fronted Victorian cottage has been carefully renovated with original features retained. Photography by Tatjana Plitt
Architect Ivan Kachalov approached the design of an apartment for his own family as an experiment and turned a small space into an innovative design territory. Located in a residential complex Wellton Park apartment of 70 square meters. In addition to a successful location and high-quality architecture, it initially did not stand out: the complicated “L”-shaped plan, the supporting column in the center of the common space did not add either comfort or aesthetics to it. But the architect Ivan Kachalov used the entire arsenal of design and technological solutions, creating an exclusive interior that is not inferior in functionality and ergonomics to apartments with a much larger area.
CMC architects designed a loft in a former industrial building in Prague. “The historical First Municipal Brewery in Prague-Holešovice – a place where beer fermented and beer buckets were stored gave stimulus to an original design of an open, and, at the same time, introspective space for creative and modern housing in an industrial spirit.” Photography by Jakub Skokan and Martin Tůma at BoysPlayNice