Dining room in a country house
This interior was realized in 2022
kitchen-living room in a house in Moscow.
The configuration of the room was as follows, the space was divided by the entrance opening into exactly two halves, and this made it difficult to create a distinct full-fledged space for the kitchen and recreation area.
Fiery physalis flowers against the background of the first snow became the inspiration for this interior.
Thus, the kitchen area turned out
very spacious and airy.
What made it possible to make an extract, with a reference to
Russian stove, 180 cm long and it dissolved
in space.
The working surface of the kitchen turned out to be long 5.5 m
Green glass was chosen as a reference to cupboard glass.
Through it, silhouettes of objects and people are visible, as well as the light in the kitchen, which enters through the window into the hallway, already at the entrance indicates that someone is at home and invites you to join.
The kinetic mobile has become the embodiment of the image of a bouquet of physalis flowers.
In the recreation area, a modular sofa is responsible for the functional and multi-variant use of space.
One of the reasons to move the opening and increase the kitchen area was the desire to make a single-level kitchen, which also visually increases the space.
The sofa is designed according to our sketches in such a way as to change the space depending on the situation and the number of people.
UU-TABLE from our range of furniture has become part of the sofa and seating area.
Translucent fabric, visually
separating workplace
is a semantic continuation of the plaster partition.
Soviet plafonds, well known to everyone as "dacha" or "kitchen" have become an important detail of the kitchen, they retain the impression they make and harmoniously fit into a modern minimalist interior.
In the recreation area, soft elements are provided that fold compactly.
A gypsum partition in the form of a curtain and real curtains, in their configuration and meaning, refer to the fabric screen and the tradition of curtaining the entrances to the country house with fabric, escaping mosquitoes and keeping the air in the room.
Therefore, we moved the entrance, and in place of the opening we made a stained-glass window through which additional light will enter the hallway, and in the kitchen space this has become an accent detail.
Behind a partition of wave-shaped gypsum panels, we hid a small workplace, the chair of which is part of a modular sofa.
A lamp made from a Soviet ceiling lamp has a long wire, in order to
to make it easy to move around.
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