Term “modern interior design” has different meaning from country to country, designer to designer. Take a look how Ukrainian designers described modern interior with their “True Apartment”.
SVOYA Studio recently finished project that defines phrase “modern interior design”. Modern private residence, called “True Apartment” is located in Kiev, Ukraine and it’s only one in series of beautiful modern interior designs created by SVOYA. (see “Green Walls” and this small apartment designed to perfection.)
Atmosphere of modern interior design
Being located in the city with almost 3 million residents, owners requested private residence where they will find their peace and comfort after busy workdays. Old 3-room apartment was transformed in 2-room residence with lots of open space. The main idea was to connect every corner of apartment into living space that puts relaxation and comfort before everything else. To make it happen, designers from SVOYA Studio focused on natural materials in interior design. Ceiling and supporting columns were left “naked” with raw concrete being exposed giving it somewhat industrial look. Copper pipes installed on the ceiling were also nice touch.
Modern interior design highlights
Client’s wish was to support the Ukrainian manufacturers. “Following this principle, wooden tiles, brought from the Carpathian Mountains, were used in the living area. And ceramic tiles and décor from local potters were used in the lobby.” – states SVOYA’s press release. Blue closets in the dining room and bedroom are lovely focal points. Probably the best detail in this modern apartment is beautiful hammock placed by the entrance. It really makes big impact in creating this relaxing atmosphere. Modern interior design is also highlighted with a few elements from SVOYA’s product design collection such as lamps “VPOTOLOK”, pedestals “IZDEREVA”, outlet “8-bit”, a triptych with decorative nails “8526 strikes”, as well as paintings by Anton Sokolov.
How do you like the “True Apartment” and its modern interior design? What do you think of SVOYA’s design in general? Let me know in the comment section below.
All photos © Alexandr Angelovsky