The contemporary space plays on the familiar elements of a loft with exposed beams, brick walls, and large factory-like windows, with elements of surprise.
The loft has not been partitioned into individual spaces to allow the owner and his guests to feel at ease. Only the owner’s bedroom was clearly separated.
Located in Moscow, Russia, this contemporary apartment was designed in 2016 by Boris Bočkarev.
Located in a Pre-War building on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, the Project involved the renovation of a 3 bedroom/2 Bath apartment.
The idea was to build a house and to keep magical feeling of open space inside and to let the view through windows and the balcony.
Small apartments don’t always limit those interior design possibilities.
Main task was to create open space of common area by removing non-load bearing walls. Thus, we were able to place open kitchen, dining and TV zone.
This family-friendly apartment uses smart interior architecture to facilitate play and interaction.