|Architect||Monoloko Design, Maxim Kashin|
|Area||60m2 (650 sq.ft.)|
Turning the interior towards the view from the windows is the core of this project by Monoloko Design. Designed to reveal the entire space and to emphasize on the panoramic views of a nearby park and canal through the use of geometry and reflections.
Described as functional minimalism, all furniture is linked to the overall geometry of the space, creating a unified interior while also being functional.
The apartment also features multi-functional space saving furniture which is designed by Monoloko and custom-made by private artisans, resulting in a wider and more airy feel. For example, the partition in the living area with the sofa also serves as a storage unit, accessible from both sides.