Lack of nature inspires people to make up for it in the living spaces. This was exactly the goal of Darya Bragina, architect who created a concise and comfortable design for apartments at Zilart Housing Complex in Moscow, full of air, natural colours, materials and patterns. Proximity to nature is felt in milky and grey tones of the walls, use of stone and warm wood hues in décor and furniture.
The space is balanced and neutral, which allows individual elements of furniture, lighting and décor stand out. This is why it is adaptable, by changing elements one can easily create a new attractive interior design. Subtle modern interpretation of classic techniques enriches the interior and gives it depth and volume.
Coswick Pastel oak Chevron and 3-layer Pastel oak hardwood flooring was used in the project.
Project by architect Darya Bragina
Coswick’s Partner in Perm: Baumhouse Workshop