This apartment was designed by Vadim Matevosyants that has chosen a functional minimalist style for it. Natural materials and high quality furnitures characterize the interior design. The area of the apartment was limited – 60 sqm – so Vadim decided to create a unique space for the kitchen and the living room, keeping some divisions among them thanks to the supporting pylon. To further expand the space from a visual point of view and make the apartment less laconic, he has worked cleverly, together with Verdiz, with the materials, such as the wooden finishes of the furnitures, the use of ceiling-height doors and a palette of gray-brown shades.
When choosing the best lighting solution for the living room and the kitchen, Verdiz and Vadim Matevosyants decided to have two lamps with a minimalist style and an elegant design. Among the many floor lamp and pendant lamp collections of Axolight, Kwic responded to their desire. The floor version illuminates the living room, while the pendant one descends from the ceiling over the dining table in the kitchen. Considering the final result, the geometric lines and the purity of the design of Kwic suit perfectly the overall idea of this project called “The temple of Air”.
Project by: Vadim Matevosyants
Interior design: Verdiz
Photo by: Evgenii Kulibaba
Project published also by: Elle Decoration Russia