Arbat M 2001
This flat has a definite youth feel to it — a parents’ gift to their young daughter. It is located in an elite housing estate in Arbat. The flat reveals an elongated space lit from three sides, that is a combined kitchen and a dining/living room as a result of replanning. The bedroom, bathroom and wardrobe units were resolved unconventionally. The wardrobe is turned towards the living room, a glass wall with a Maurits Escher’s etching separating the two. The wall functions as a multicolour lighting. An ornate bath is placed right in the bedroom, partitioned off by a low screen. The colour scheme and the interior aesthetics were designed under the impression from the Kenzo tile collection that the proprietress opted for.
140 sq m