Titul Apartment: Babayants Architects’ Modern Ode to Moscow’s Skyline
Overlooking Moscow’s historic center, Babayants Architects presents the Titul apartment, a minimalist home that artfully intertwines brass and stone. Located in the renowned Titul residential complex, this modern dwelling boasts panoramic views, celebrating both the vibrancy of the city and the serenity of natural textures.
About Titul Apartment
Inside Titul’s Beauty
First off, this apartment is in a great spot. You get amazing views of old Moscow from the Titul building.
When we start a project, we look at how big the space is, how much light it gets, and the style of the building. Plus, this place has a great layout and you can see out from both sides.
Mixing Things Up
The outside of Titul has a mix of brass and stone. We wanted to match that inside. So, we used bright brass and lots of textures to make it look special. This balance became a big part of our design.
The apartment also has a lot of windows. We used tinted glass to split the living room from the bedroom. Clear glass does the same between the bathroom and bedroom. This makes the inside feel open and layered. You can see the dining area from the bedroom, and if you’re in the bathtub, you can look out at the city.
Made for Living
We made this home for a young couple. They like simple, useful designs. Even though they’re in the busy city, their home feels calm. They wanted a big bathtub by the window to see the city. In the kitchen, there’s a special cooking spot, like one you’d find in Japan. We also picked a fancy faucet for the sink and paired it with another one.
They also wanted some art in their home. An artist named Dima Gorbunov made a piece that stands out right when you walk in.
We only used natural stuff in this home because the couple likes how it feels. The main piece in the bedroom is a desk made of wood and stone. It’s both useful and pretty. We also added hidden blinds in the living room. There’s a big TV stand, about 13 feet long, that looks like it’s floating.
In short, our team made sure every part of this home was just right.
Photography by Sergey Krasyuk
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