When a young family acquired two apartments in Kiev city, Ukraine, they knew exactly what they wanted. They wanted a spacious, cozy home, with plenty of light. The home design would cater to the family’s specific needs.
The team at YoDezeen architectural and interior design studio embarked on a mission to deliver the family’s wishes. They started by removing the existing partitions to merge the two apartments into one modern apartment. Guess what the result was?
This 281-meter square PecherSKY apartment. It is a bespoke high-end design, with an impressively modern yet warm interior fit for a young family. The apartment is a product of a simple color scheme, dynamic textures, striking copper surfaces, and design furniture.
It is made up of two zones. A welcoming living-kitchen-dining space makes the first zone. The second zone is the private area. The private zone houses the master bedroom, nursery, three bathrooms, guest bedroom, and the homeowner’s cabinets.
Shall we explore the two zones comprehensively?
The Public Area
A dramatic combination of living, kitchen, and dining spaces creates the public zone. Natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space, thanks to the open floor layout.
The relaxing areas feature eye-catching elements, including dark oak flooring. Copper wall panels are artfully integrated with stylish and quite palette with white and various shades of gray.
Other striking features include modern fabrics and pendant energy saving LED lamp. The features enrich the dramatic and fascinating feel of the space. Luxurious pieces of furniture create an inviting aura.
The wall that running between the dining space and the living area features a copper-lined, built-in bookshelf. It also has an alcove that holds a sculpture that foregrounds a moss wall. Your eye can’t miss the two sculptural copper pendant lights hovering above the dining table.
The kitchen features black cabinetry teamed with details such as wall panels, faucet, and lighting. The result, a bold and contemporary look.
Copper shelving in the home office adds a metallic feel to the grey walls. And what do we have in the public zone?
The Private Zone
The private area exemplifies an effective combination of luxury, comfort, and functionality. The family wished for an elegant home with intimately personal spaces.
YoDeZeen architects delivered just that. They crafted two separate cabinets for the residents and a magnificent master bedroom with two large wardrobes offering functional storage space.
Copper still abounds in the bedroom as evidenced by the copper pipes on the wall behind the bed. Also, separating the bathroom from the bedroom is a partial wall with copper ends.
The ensuite master bathroom with a tastefully designed Scoop freestanding bathtub is an architectural masterpiece.
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