Oleg Kujava, the architect, has introduced the project of an apartment interior of 47,5 sq meters in Kyiv.
The main emphasis was made on functionality. The architect managed to compactly allocate zones of kitchen, dining room, living room, as well as bedroom and bathroom, including a shower room, a sink and inbuilt washer/drier hookup in this small flat.
The bedroom is divided from the living room by a wardrobe with inbuilt electric fire. Some sections of the wardrobe are made of glass; such approach makes the premise lighter.
Decorative gypsum panel with abstract ornament were used for the bedroom`s and living room`s décor. The floor is covered with micro cement, the nice and warm to the feel material.
The kitchen zone and corridor is covered with wooden panels, hiding inbuilt fridge, withdrawable drawers, heating boiler, water-purification system, entrance to the toilet and a wardrobe.
As a result, despite a small square this apartment turned to be comfortable, functional and modern.