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Sergey Makhno Architects Designs a Minimalist Apartment in Kiev

By • Nov 30, 2016

Minimalist Design in Kiev is a private home located in Kiev, Ukraine.

It was designed by Sergey Makhno Architects.

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Minimalist Design in Kiev by Sergey Makhno Architects:

“”The things must be disciplined,” – says our minimalist apartment in Skyline. The interior is practical and functional. No eclectic spirit of “flea market” and unnecessary structures eating up your space.

Сombining a living room with a kitchen, we filled the apartment with air and light. The created atmosphere easy and neutral. Suitable for “productive work”. Or lying down with a book after a long day.

The web of luminaires highlights a relaxation area.

You do not need be a weather forecaster to notice the different color temperatures. From cold walls to the warm ashen wooden floor.

We did not overload the interior. To hide (or be hidden) we built-in wardrobes in the living room and bedrooms.

The daylight we imitated by point lights and backlighting. The chandeliers over dining area are a limited collection created by Sergey Makhno.

A balcony keeps the minimalist tendency. The miraculous panorama of Kiev city and nothing to distract from contemplation.”

Photo by: ANDREY AVDEENKO

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