This avant-garde interiors were designed by Sergey Makhno and we are intrigued by the angular design with a very exciting lighting scheme. The designer describes it as a sort of deconstructed style – all the odd angles, slants and lines in the space, from the furniture to the walls, do help give it that deconstructed feel. But they make for such a dynamic, visually stimulating interior. The tree-like structure over the fireplace is quite striking, the bathroom has this sort of fun house feel to it. The lighting scheme is interesting with all those hanging clusters of Crosslight fixtures (common throughout the space) and funky chandelier wall fixtures in the bathroom. The whole place is pretty bold, pretty avant-garde, very unusual.
via Design Milk