ZS21 by Kodd Bureau

ZS21 is a stunning modern apartment nestled in a picturesque pine forest in Moscow, Russia. Designed by Kodd Bureau in 2020, this masterpiece harmoniously blends natural elements with a sleek, contemporary design.

As you gaze out from the low-level windows, you’ll find yourself immersed in the beauty of the surrounding tree crowns, while the carefully crafted interior balances color, texture, and decor to create an effortlessly chic living space.

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About ZS21

Establishing the Design Foundation

The project’s initial stage sets the foundation for the design, with the location and resulting image playing a crucial role. Every element of the interior achieves a precise balance of volumes, colors, textures, and materials, as well as an abundance of decorative items.

Harmonizing with Nature

A pine forest surrounds the house, with low-floor windows offering tree-crown views. This natural setting inspires the use of organic colors and materials in the interior design. The structure unifies the living areas, creating a seamless connection between the indoors and outdoors.

Flexible and Unobtrusive Design

The design maximizes flexibility to eliminate the rigid boundaries of the apartment. Technical elements, such as lighting and ventilation, are minimized or visually concealed to maintain a natural atmosphere. The space incorporates the necessary number of lamps, electrical outlets, and integrated ventilation systems in niches and structures.

Adaptable Living Spaces

The master suite forms a cohesive space, while the son’s room can transition into a guest room and library-study in the future. This adaptability ensures that the home remains functional and stylish for years to come.

Photography courtesy of Kodd Bureau

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- by Matt Watts