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Orchestrated Symphony

Date published: June 06 2017


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Originality was a buzzword in the brief for this Moscow apartment

The Oleg Klodt Architecture and Design Studio has recently completed work on a commission to redesign an apartment in Moscow’s Gold Keys area.

The brief was to develop something modern, comfortable and neo-classical that also included contemporary touches. The resulting interior provides a mood of whimsy with its juxtaposition of styles and design touches. Unique features give each living area a character of its own, providing a ‘carefully orchestrated symphony’, that reflects the client’s personality.

Highlights include a specially-rusted extractor hood above the kitchen’s bold blue granite, a deep petrol blue sofa accentuated with orange cushions, Russian abstract paintings hanging above an asymmetrical leather-covered sideboard, as well as angular ceiling lights throughout.

Structurally too, the apartment is overflowing with character. There are bright colours and contemporary shapes in giant stucco, level concrete floors with marble faced walls, herringbone patterned floors laid with French, honey-coloured timbers, and a range of colourful concrete tiles that hark back to Spanish streets.

In addition, designed especially for the project, timber mouldings such as classical trims, paneled walls and stepped cornices bring a polished harmony.

Designer: Oleg Klodt

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