The Olympic Riviera may be smaller at just 57 square metres. But Russian architect Babayants Architecture has a solution for that. This space is perfect for lovers of simplicity and minimalism.
To create a sense of space, they decided to keep the kitchen and living room as glazed as possible. In addition, they do not use barriers, except in the hall and bathroom. As a result, daylight plays a major role in the formation.
Dark lines and graphics emphasize the warmth and monochrome of the main surfaces.
The dark lines and graphics of the fixtures, chairs, and faucets emphasize the warmth and monochrome of the main surfaces. This contrast gave the opportunity to use darkened window frames and to show the character and architectural atmosphere in the interior. Despite the sheer simplicity, it wasn’t easy for Babayants Architecture to create these clean lines. Behind the entrance door there is a nice balcony outside. This is the great asset of this house. We see ourselves every morning on that balcony with a cup of coffee. Images provided by Babayants Architects
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