You gotta take a look at this apartment in Moscow.
In its original form, this apartment would have been a typical example of ‘stalinka’, a style of architecture from 1933 to 1955 associated with the Soviet Union and the leadership of Joseph Stalin.
The interior designer
It has now been redeveloped and designed by interior designer Nadya Zotova.
Nadya studied at the British Higher School of Design and interned at Sotheby’s School in New York before founding Enjoy Home, an architectural and interior design studio based in Moscow.
Small apartment, big personality
Nadya made clever use of every square meter in this 80m2 apartment, even managing to make a place for a large dining table to fit seamlessly into the living room.
The use of statement lighting above the dining table differentiates the living room into two distinct zones, one for dining and one for relaxing.
A strong colour palette
I have great admiration for people who commit to strong colour palettes. It shows that they’re not afraid to embrace colour and express themselves wholeheartedly. Read More