This stylish apartment in Minsk, Belarus, not only combines a clean geometric design with colorful colors but also has an interesting space distribution. High ceilings and windows on only one side determined the characteristic features of the home – the apartment is divided into two parts, depending on the light intensity. All the living rooms, including the office, are located on the lighter side, while the bathrooms, the hall and the utility room are in a less lit part of the apartment. Excellent work by designer Lera Brumina!
Architectural studio Zrobym offered a fresh and modern approach to the traditional Russian dacha architecture, creating a very stylish and contemporary wooden house in the suburbs of Minsk, Belarus. And the most amazing thing about it is that the house has an area of only 68 sqm which is comparable to a one-bedroom city apartment! This cottage is modular, that is, it was manufactured by parts beforehand and assembled directly on the site. Great small home!