Contemporary apartment by Denis Svirid in Odessa, Ukraine

Modern, stylish and original, this small apartment by Denis Svirid is an obvious answer to the issue of highly populated districts and the rapidly rising costs of property by the square meter.

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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Nhu Anh is a professional editor in the field of architecture and interior design. Having a strong desire for architecture and design in her writing career, Nhu Anh attempts to provide readers the most wonderful architectural news and projects.


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