Studia-54 is a force to be reckoned with in the interior design world, and particularly in the Russian design scene. Featuring design projects a bit all over the globe, Boca do Lobo Blog selected this luxury Moscow apartment to showcase the brilliance behind this design firm‘s mind.
Completely decorated with exquisite materials and designer furniture, this Moscow apartment meets its owners every desire of comfort and luxury.
In the living room, Studia-54 built a slatted wall of natural wood to mask the column behind it and supplemented the composition with a brass rack with wooden inserts to create symmetry. The relaxing area of the room consists of a modern sofa by the Italian brand “B&B”. This bright accent brings sophistication and warmth to the strict forms of the whole living room interior design.
The light coloured floor and ceiling contrast with the many warm details of natural wood to make the room feel harmonious and complete. The standout pieces from this Moscow apartments‘ living room are a luxury chandelier by Ugolino Lollie Memolli and the Empire Coffee Table by Boca do Lobo.
The sophisticated dining area, connected to the open kitchen, and consisting of a table from Catalan Italia and dining chairs by Poliform, is decorated with a truly exquisite chandelier by Brand van Egmond. This large living area, in which there is an open kitchen, a dining area and a living room, is neatly separated but is also a single space, which gives a feeling of lightness and airiness, despite a large number of details.
In the evenings, you will see how full and interesting the design is due to a large number of directional spots on the rods, which allow to direct and adjust the light especially giving the interior design depth.
The master bedroom was designed concise and earth-toned so that nothing would interfere with the owners’ well-earned rest. Wooden soft panels give the interior a soft touch and smooth the impression of dark walls that contrast with the light ceiling and floor, just like in the living room design.
As receiving guests is one of the clients’ favourite things to do, of course, a guest bedroom was a must in this Moscow apartment. With a light and airy design, anyone would be more than pleased to spend the night.
Known for paying special attention to bathroom designs, Studia-54 chose to feature a double sink, a lamp by Eichholtz and Panda marble, in order to maintain the overall theme of the Moscow apartment.
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