Architect Shamsudin Kerimov designed this Moscow apartment in the spirit of the best luxury penthouses. Neutral tones, lavish materials, and refined balance are at the core of the project.
The open layout of the apartment allows to keep all the areas in one coherent style. The living zone stands somewhat separately, though, thanks to a sectional sofa that creates a barrier between a TV wall and a dining table.
Glass shelving at the side of a wooden TV wall is a kind of a peephole that opens visual communication between more private and public rooms. On the other side of it, there is a spacious home office that can be accessed through a door in the wall.
A small and rather minimal kitchen provides plenty of storage and working space for the residents. A tiny peninsula serves as a two-seater breakfast bar and a border between kitchen and dining area.
If we were forced to choose just one creative idea from this apartment, though, it would be the soft feature wall in the bedroom. Beautiful taupe upholstery is simply gorgeous and requires no additional headboard.