The challenge in this project is that, by default, the interior must interpret the classics and luxury through the specificity of Russian imperial heritage. In its original form, however, the interior spaces of the building do not have any trace of this style, except for the high 6-meter dome-shaped ceiling in the living room. That’s why we develop the concept of interior design, creating a whole new architectural decoration corresponding to the spirit of the era. The „Shell” – the walls and ceilings – are designed with classic decorative elements.
The sensation is about lavishness associated with the old Moscow noble residence and modern reticence with a discrete surreal effect. The marble flooring and waterfalls of crystal elements, silk wallpapers and sensual upholstery of furniture with modern clean lines create a harmony of contrasts and rich interior layers. The idea behind this is that with the accumulation of details, space will not cease to radiate lightness, and the self-assured design will not lose the shade of contemplative poetry.
The WOW effect
Chandeliers in the living room and bedroom. The sculptural approach to light is a leitmotif in this interior. In the living room, the chandelier is Windfall – about 100 individual elements build an exquisite composition beneath the 6-meter high dome. In the bedroom, the installation of the crystal elements of the tray is a Barovier & Toso.
The low sitting area in the living room. The elegant shape of the Fendi sofas and the aristocratic shade of the upholstery are a magnetic detail among the light-toned and elaborately crafted walls and ceilings.
Staircase area. Contrasted black and white marble floor, Bocci chandelier, Tom Dixon armchair, and Koket bench. We are always particularly keen on these “transition” areas. It is very important for them to create an interesting and emotional atmosphere.
Breakfast corner in the kitchen. The kitchen itself is our project and the breakfast area is part of the kitchen island. The TV set is hidden in the island and comes out of the counter with a mechanism. Fendi’s bar stools, which shape resembles the faceted surface of a diamond, and Smania chandeliers complement the unstrained luxury of the area.
The sensual atmosphere in the bedroom. It is achieved thanks to the deep, dark tones, the subdued sheen of Dedar’s silk wallpaper, the stripes of luminous alabaster on the table headboard and Koket’s dressing table.