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Jutaku-Inspired House: Merging Two Homes in Moscow

A modern rustic house with expansive windows, a covered patio, and well-lit interiors.

This captivating project by IDEOLOGIST Bureau in Moscow, Russia, takes inspiration from the Japanese concept of “nisetai jutaku,” or dual family homes, to create a harmonious and adaptable living space. Designed in 2021, the house seamlessly merges two contemporary residences, offering both communal living and individual privacy. With strategic use of natural light, warm lighting, and a minimalist aesthetic, the design evokes the timeless aesthetics of Japanese architecture while prioritizing functionality and well-being.

Moscow Apartment: Insight into Space-Saving Solutions

Minimalist kitchen with wooden cabinets, granite countertop, and decorative red branches.

Discover how the Moscow Apartment, designed by Alexander Tischler in 2022, redefines compact luxury in the heart of the Russian Federation. This apartment cleverly maximizes a modest 38 square meters space, transforming it into a functional yet stylish habitat with distinct living and private areas. Explore how expert design and custom furniture make this space a modern marvel.

Monochrome Apartment: Transforming Spaces in Moscow’s Heart

FeaturedElegant living room with recessed lighting, modern furnishings, and French doors leading to a balcony.

Discover the Monochrome Apartment in Moscow, a 120 square meter (1291 square feet) haven of modern, timeless design. Dreamt up for a young couple and brought to life by Alisa Shabelnikova, this space combines practicality with vision. From the bright living areas accented by large windows to the cohesive flow between rooms, every detail reflects careful planning. The use of warm whites against dark walnut furnishings accentuates the apartment’s airy feel, making it a standout in contemporary interior design.

New Life of a Small Apartment: Modernizing Moscow’s Mid-Century Spaces

Contemporary living room with neutral tones and minimalist decor.

Discover the transformation of a Moscow apartment by designer Katya Vladimirova. Set in a 1960s building, this small apartment has been redesigned for a unique blend of modern flair and historical charm. From ingenious decorative techniques to preserving vintage architectural elements, this project exemplifies a modern and airy living space in Russia’s vibrant capital.

AR09: A Modern Moscow Apartment by Kodd Bureau

Modern dining and living room with wood furniture and neutral tones.

Dive into the heart of Moscow with the AR09 apartment by Kodd Bureau, a modern Scandinavian-designed home that masterfully blends minimalism with functional living. Located on the vibrant Arbat Street, this space is a testament to innovative design, transforming historical architecture into a contemporary haven.

Discover how natural light and wooden textures create a warm, inviting atmosphere, making every corner of this apartment a harmonious blend of past and present.