The renown of the interior designer Leyla Uluhanli studio has been growing as its portfolio of contemporary projects for the elegant interiors of private residences and luxury homes around the world.
And it is that from the beginning, the Russian designer was clear that she would work only with made-to-measure furniture, to the point that those pieces have been becoming the basis of a large collection.
In this way, she decided to gather his work in the premises that today is his showroom since 2005, in a historic building in Moscow.
Clearly, the choice of space was very careful and thoughtful, trying to find a nice place but with possibilities, in which he worked the classical proportions and stucco, remembering the style of a French mansion with its perfectly combined furniture.
The resulting harmonious space reflects the philosophy and aesthetics of the office, more conceived as a gallery than as an exhibition room, and in which its brand furniture coexists with retro vintage items and works of art.
Sculptures, panels, and lighting fixtures are personally designed by Leyla Uluhanli in collaboration with French galleries. The pieces are made of natural materials, using traditional construction methods, such as multi-layered lacquer, wood paint, incrustation with semiprecious stones and bronze, or finishes that include parchment or leather.
Leyla was inspired by the Swinging style of the 60s and mid-century and is perfectly recognizable by its soft lines and discreet classic shapes. Achieving this retro aesthetic integrated into a modern interior makes it easy to present this luxury furniture in virtually any current project.