A 77 m2 white two-bedroom Moscow apartment with a home office
Size 77 m2
Type A two-bedroom apartment
Years 2019–2020
Features Small guest bathroom, nonfunctional corridor, large windows on the sunny side, no load-bearing walls
The owners of this apartment wanted to have a combined kitchen-living room and a home office, which would be transformed into a kids’ room in the future, as well as a lot of storage space.

Our team created a design project and worked with the interior exactly according to the plan and budget. We also designed and manufactured all the cabinet furniture specifically for this apartment.
We moved the office entrance from the hallway into the kitchen-living room to save space for cabinets
The bathroom was enlarged at the expense of the hallway to accommodate a shower
The partition was moved to place a closet in the bedroom
The corridor was expanded and converted into a walk-in closet with a utility unit
Spacious kitchen
Small bathroom
Nonfunctional corridor
The kitchen is divided into two parts. The floor-to-ceiling column cabinets have lots of shelves and contain a built-in refrigerator and a range of appliances. The second part is a minimalist kitchen set with a sink and a cooktop framed by stoneware pylons with the texture of white onyx. To illuminate the dining table, we made a chandelier of profile lamps mounted at different heights.
To dilute the monochrome coloring and the strict lines of the kitchen-living room, we added a volumetric sofa and bright chairs.
There is no fourth wall in the home office, but there is a closet instead. There is also another cabinet in the walk-through dressing zone. Aiming at increasing the storage space, we moved the entrance to the home office: it is now closer to the living room.
The home office is supposed to become a child's room in the future; the sofa will be replaced with a crib. Things for the baby could be held in the shelving unit and cabinets. The shelving unit and hanging desk are made of American walnut veneer MDF.
In the bedroom, a large closet was installed along the wall opposing the bed. The white fronts can be used as a background for a projector movie night.
We put supporting light sources along the ceiling and on the furniture. The American walnut veneer panels contrast with the light-colored bed headboard, and the lighting brings out the wood texture.
Our team converted the hallway into a walk-in dressing area. We also managed to put there a washer and a dryer together with a water heater above them. The dressing room area has been expanded at the expense of the home office, so the storage space increased quite significantly.
In the hallway, there is a closet that stores shoes and seasonal clothing. It is opposed by a full-wall mirror with frontal illumination and a hanging shelf.
We could have preserved a regular wall instead of setting a radius partition, but it adds dynamics to the room.
The guest bathroom was also enlarged at the expense of the hallway, so that the shower room could fit in. Niches over the toilet and the shower are decorated with contrasting tiles and additional lighting.
In the bathroom, we moved the toilet away from the bathtub. The sink remaining next to it is accompanied by a graphite-colored enamel hanging drawer unit with an artificial stone countertop.
This is how we presented the interior upon completion of the design: all objects and materials were chosen by our team. Elaborating all the details at the early stage allowed us to do everything according to the plan we presented to the client.
  • Karen Karapetian
    Chief Designer
  • Iuliia Tsapko
  • Oleg Mokrushnikov
  • Кonstantin Prokhorov
  • Ekaterina Baibakova
    Head of Purchasing
  • Pavel Prokhorov
    Finishing Manager
  • Evgenii Bridnya
    Installation Manager
  • Yana Yahina
  • Yaroslav Lukiyanchenko
  • Vera Minchenkova
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