This apartment in Vladivostok, Russia measure 95 square meters (1022 square feet) and yet manages to make enough comfortable space for a young family of four. The design of the home is starkly minimal, making it seem much larger than it actually is and serving to call attention to the materials and geometry of every design choice. This apartment comes from the team at INT2 Architecture and certainly gets us into the idea of moving to a chic flat in Russia. As long as the heating is good.
The open parlor highlights little furniture and even less hues. Straightforward birch plywood for the stimulation focus and ground surface feels clean if a touch unfinished. A dim dark couch, white dividers and ultra basic lighting make the room feel uncovered, additionally enormous. The simple to experience materials keep the venture inside of spending plan while making a practically zen air of straightforwardness.
The kitchen area opens up to the small dining table with suspended light fixture, which looks out on a lake. The natural sunlight highlights the natural wood materials and offers an ideal setting for a simple family breakfast.
It’s not difficult to see the inspiration from both Japanese and Scandinavian styles in the home. This view of the kids’ room especially has the custom built bunkbeds that easily harken to the minimalism of Japanese homes. Although in some areas of Japan, 95 square meters is more than anyone could dream of.
The bathroom is perhaps the only space when a bit of luxury seems to creep in. The white tiled walls and floors are not particularly luxe, but the have a feeling of something indulgent from their smooth texture to their ultimate simplicity. The sink basin and small storage area make organization essential.