Called Graphite Penthouse, this striking apartment envisioned by Denis Rakaev is situated in Kiev, the capital and the largest city of Ukraine, in the north central part of the country on the Dnieper River. Contemporary and stylish, the Graphite Penthouse offers the owners a fantastic living space which is full of light for visual perception and a high level of comfort. “Strict purism is diluted with a warm ethno style. Combining simple, rectilinear forms with decorative motifs and curvilinear ethnic, a unique effect of detachment from the bustle of the big city is created.”, explained the designer.
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Modern and stylish, these two apartment designs absolutely suit for the ones who love a modern life style. The first apartment displays a sophisticated mix of blacks, whites and shades of grey, which offers the owners a zen-like modern ambiance. Stepping into the living room, we are attracted by an imposing marble half wall, where an LCD television is mounted. This creative design element helps to create a comfortable office nook that is separate from the living area, but not closed off from the home. Meanwhile, the second apartment showcases the flipside of monochromatic design, focusing instead on darker design with black, slate, and dark grays in much of the apartment.
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Placed in a modern Art Nouveau building in the heart of Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden, this colorful apartmentfeatured on Alvhem brings the owners a youthful, dynamic and contemporary living space. Structured within 57 square meters, the apartment includes two rooms plus kitchen and plenty of attic space for storage. Embellished by original lighting elements and powerful color contrasts, the apartment welcomes visitors to an exciting space filled with interesting books, beautiful flowers and exquisite art works.
Featured on the fashionable Frantsuzsky Boulevard in Odessa, Ukraine, this contemporary apartment by Denis Svirid presents a modern architecture and design with breathtaking cabin-like wood clad walls and cozy storage cubbies galore. By cleverly building another level with the addition of a new mansard roof, the architect was successful in housing private quarters with individual rooms. The apartment consists of a stylish dressing room, a warm bedroom and a convenient bathroom, which fill the added floor area beneath the slopes. Structured within a modest space of 11 square meters, the kitchen, dining room and living room are merged into a small open plan area after the removal of the existing kitchen wall.
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Structured within a modest space of 40 square meters, which is about 431 square feet, this small apartment design by Suto Interior Architects displays an art of using space and dark-toned colors. By cleverly using storage spaces and some eye-catching focus elements, Suto Interior Architects was successful in converting this aging apartment into an original and contemporary bachelor flat. Designed with the minimalist sofa and chaise in combination with a stylish Flos Toio lamp in the corner, the living room becomes one of the most remarkable zones of the apartment.
Designed and developed by Simon Woodroffe, the founder of YO! Home, this original apartment is an inspiring result of applying technologies that are usually relegated to car design and super-yachts in designing small urban apartment. Structured within 262 square feet, the apartment features a fascinating integration of a contemporary master suite, a charming bedroom, a sunken sitting room, a spacious kitchen, a dining room, breakfast room, a home office, an exciting cinema, a luxurious bathroom/spa, an inviting party room, wine cellar and storage.
Situated in SOMA, San Francisco, this breathtaking apartment discovered on ClimbSF is creatively designed as a live/work conversion loft spreading over 1,056 square feet with approximately 17-foot-high vaulted concrete ceilings and displaying spacious interiors, huge industrial-style windows that welcome natural light and marvelous city views. Explaining their apartment design, the project developers said: “The kitchen opens up to the living room with a convenient breakfast bar/counter and includes a microwave and a stainless steel oven/range, dishwasher, and refrigerator.
The kitchen cabinets and staircase are made of reclaimed wood. The loft bedroom on the mezzanine level has a walk-in closet and a full bathroom with a skylight and a convenient laundry chute; the chute leads to the very spacious half bathroom and laundry room below with a full-size washer and dryer”.
Spreading over 4000 square feet (383 square meters), this impressive contemporary apartment is known as a fascinating work of the talented architect Sergey Makhno. By mixing exquisite modern features like exposed concrete and low profile platform beds, with delightful colors and interesting splashes of fun, the architect created an inviting and comfortable living space for the owners. Looking at the living room, the clever combination of the stylish cozy white sofa and a small black coffee table made from reclaimed wood brings a warm industrial atmosphere into the apartment.
Especially visualized and implemented by the design team at Istanbul’s Ofist for a bachelor client, this stunning apartment impressed us by its original, artistic and industrial design. The apartment design displays the exquisite use of rich wood features and a variety of creative elements, which are not only breathtaking but also entirely fit for the physical experience of the space. Designed with the warm wood ceiling and sweeping wide windows and a comfortable sofa, the living room welcomes visitors to a cozy and inviting atmosphere.