‘Renewing and lightening interiors without changing the overall distribution of spaces’ – this was the task that Static Aestetic studio faced when they took on the project of a small apartment in Moscow. The home belongs to the founder of the Eclair Claire pastry chain in Moscow, who really wanted not to change the usual scenario of life and rest at home, but at the same time wanted more light and air. With the help of stylish tricks of expanding the space, such as a tilt window between the kitchen and the living room, white walls, sliding glass doors, built-in flat wardrobes, the architects managed to fully satisfy the client’s needs. The apartment now feels more spacious than it actually is!
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