Niola by Ater.Architects
The 85 sq.m. apartment for a young family with a child has an open living area with a kitchen-dining room, a spacious hallway, two bathrooms, a bedroom, and a kid’s room.
The bright space of the apartment is saturated with warm pink and green accents, plants, and modern art, the works by Ukrainian artists Oleksandra Tokareva and Max Zabrodskyi are used in the project. The main adornment of the living room is the iconic “Wassily” armchair by Marcel Breuer, which was complemented by a minimalistic floor lamp from the 80s.
A distinctive feature of this project is the white floor covering, that creates an airiness feeling. There is not enough natural light coming through the window. Therefore, light environmentally friendly linoleum was an ideal solution for it.
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