Design: Daria Veselova, Elizaveta Shengerei
Visualization: Elizaveta Shengerei
Architect: Alice Akmen
Photograph: Anton Ivanov
Stile: Volves interiors
Area: 80 м²
Location: Russia, Saint Petersburg, residential complex One Trinity Place.
Year: 2022
This apartment in the heart of St. Petersburg with a high-quality finish from the developer designed by studio 1508 LONDON. Our task was to create a design that was tailored to the unique features of the space, consider existing finishes, furniture, and equipment provided by the developer. Thus, our options for planning and material selection were somewhat limited.
The clients wished for a laconic, functional interior that harmoniously complemented the modern architecture of the residential complex. We opted for neutral natural tones, using brass and graphic elements as accents.
Our goal was to add textures to the interiors of compact private rooms, bring comfort and warmth, but not overload them with too much details.
For the living room, we presented several design options, and ultimately selected the most spacious one, which featured a large dining area near the window. This proved to be a brilliant idea, as it maintained a sense of openness in the room while still providing a comfortable soft zone in place of the wide window sill.
At first there were concerns about placing the dining area by the window, but in the end we received extremely positive feedback. Clients were delighted with the choice, which maximized the room's potential.
In terms of furniture selection, we tried to make the most of what was available to us. One of the standout pieces was the Atoll sofa from B&B Italia, which was not only incredibly comfortable but also seamlessly incorporated into the room's overall design concept with its clean and sleek lines.
The children's room design laconic but with 'child growth' and possible completion of the family in mind. We designed a custom bunk bed that was integrated into the storage system, effectively maximizing the space. 
The final touch was the art by french artist Paul Bergignat, works that fit amazingly into the concept of the project they are silent, unreal, traversed by evanescent clouds. Full of hamony and calmness.
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