Meet the Dubrovka home, a compact, however coquette residence, designed by za bor architects in Russia. The home is perceived as a unitary dwelling space, connecting the kitchen, the mattress room and the lounge. The world could possibly be divided in rooms when needed, due to some sliding partitions, particularly designed to provide some privateness. A number of the furnishings was custom-made-made, whatever the modest funds. We love smart ideas and we respect a superb ideas that shapes them and transforms them into one factor precise. Now, when one factor might be reworked straightforward, that´s what we identify smart: the sliding partitions, when expanded, separate the complete mattress room space, enhancing the feeling of privateness.
The apartment choices flooring-to-ceiling house home windows, allowing the viewer to benefit from a pretty view over the city´s skyline. An edgy countertop occupies the central part of the apartment, making a fragile transition area between the lounge and the kitchen. The within is dominated by a minimalist design line. Regardless of being small, the apartment feels comfortable, breezy and uncluttered.