All posts in category:Post Soviet

This modern apartment in Moscow was created for a bachelor, so the design was supposed to be as strict and neutral in color as possible. But the interiors had to be laconic for one more reason – the owner is a collector of paintings by contemporary Russian artists, which were supposed to become the main…

The main difficulty that the architect Natalya Anishchenko faced working on the project of this Moscow apartment was the radius front wall, because of which the rooms had a complex configuration. To mitigate the situation, it was decided to dismantle all the light walls in order to then adapt the layout to more correct proportions….

Most people strive to make their homes as light as possible, but there is a category of those who just love the drama of dark interiors. In this modern loft apartment in Moscow, black is not just one of the accents – absolutely all spaces here are as dark as possible, even the ceiling and…

This St. Petersburg apartment is located in a building from the Stalin era, but there is not a word about it in the interiors. The design is purely laconic and minimalistic, without any hints of classics or history. Blue is the main theme in all spaces: sofa, wall in the living room,  hallway are all…

Photographer Sergey Ananiev constantly works with the best designers in Russia, shooting their projects, which are published in the leading interior magazines of the country. Having seen enough of the beauty, Sergey initially planned to make a renovation in his recently purchased apartment in Moscow by himself, at the same time to test his creative…