Vorobiev House
About project

In our work, we highly value details, sometimes even saturate ourselves into them a way too much.
We do not elaborate super-minimalistic design, since from our point of view such a projects seem soulless.
The idea of beauty is a subjective concept, but first of all we bring into being the interiors that correspond closely to ourselves, we elaborate the spaces what we would like to live in as well. This idea we are trying to evince in our projects.

Location Moscow
Year 2021
Sq.m. 115
E. Vinokurova, A. Gorodkov, 
D. Rotan, T. Vinokurova, E. Samsonova


Kitchen in that project is without suspended facades but with an island and finished with natural marble. We balanced the utility attitude in the external perception of the kitchen, making it a «clou» and independent decoration of the living room.

Kitchen - Lithium 
Painting on the shelf - Marc Chagall

While elaborating design-projects, we basically go by the dream of an ideal space for our Clients. Along with that, the architecture itself dictates the style to the interior, that is significantly important to take into account, and avoid an unnatural contrast between the external and internal components, since it can make the project look artificial.

Pendant Lamps - Gubi 
Chairs - NORR11 
Table - Yachtline 
Vases - Apparatus

Furniture was selected under the principle of convenience and functionality coupled with uncluttered aesthetics. We paid particular attention to all the nuances: finishes, shades, textures. Everything is in the same color scheme, except for a few accent items. 
Exemplarily, the green vintage Alky Chair by Giancarlo Piret for Castelli, that was reupholstered specifically for this interior.

Picture -  TONY.WWWWW, Sample Gallery

Here, in a new modern building with floor-to-ceiling windows and a linear layout, it was necessary to create the atmosphere of Parisian apartments with their classic elements such as a fireplace and stucco moldings.

Consequently, it was an unusual task for our creativity to achieve such a visual perception that keeps the balance between the modern rhythm of volumes and forms and the soulfulness and charm of interiors in historical buildings.

In that project we managed to create such an interior for the family where despite everything is designated for comfort, aesthetics still remained in the foreground. So it turned out to be a really sophisticated and clean project.

The colour scheme can be determined as monochrome: black and white, but with accents of warm tones of wood and carefully selected colors of the furniture.

The apartment has many floor-to-ceiling windows, so the palette was chosen in such a way as to emphasize the beauty of natural light during the day.

Sofa - Ditre Italia

Bathrooms being relatively small still look light and spacious. Such an effect is achieved by proper distributing proportions in  finishes, where most of the walls are “bare” with a decorative coating.

Painting by DANIEL REIE MANN from the Carré d'artistes Moscow Gallery 
Wall Sconces - Hudson Valley Lighting

Indeed, tiny space turned out to be filled with air, thanks to its complex simplicity and delicate work with lines and proportions.

Pendant Lamp - LOUIS POULSEN 

Table Lamp - Oluce

Chair - Vitra 

Elephant - Vitra 

Table - The IDEA 

Pouf- Loffi Lab 

Carpet - LeKover

Bathroom may become a gallery or boutique to some extent, it depends on how the owner sees and feels that so individual space.

Painting by FRANCOIS SAUK  from the Carré d'artistes Moscow Gallery

Here is such a clean, nearly iconic, natural marble combined with the rough finish creates an artistic contrastive composition, while carefully placed accents complete the image, and let it avoid the usual utility.
Table Lamp - Oluce

Painting by FRANCOIS SAUK from the Carré d'artistes Moscow Gallery