Ukrainian architecture firm Special Project Venediktov, has reorganized the space of an apartment inside a Kiev high-rise residential building, using different shades of green and blue to create a new home for a young family. Situated on the 30th floor of one of the highest buildings in the Ukrainian capital, the apartment features panoramic windows that offer expansive views of the city and Dnieper River.
An illusion of a larger space, compared to the actual parameters of the area, is created through a sophisticated color palette. The colors of the interior vary depending on different shades of natural light, and are changed significantly in artificial lighting. The apartment keeps altering its looks throughout the day; the interior is different in the morning, the day, and the evening, changing the atmosphere of the apartment with it.
The apartment contains an open space consisting of the living room and the kitchen separated by a glass wall which allows light to freely pass through. The entrance hall, that includes the guest bathroom, is part of the open space providing access to the panoramic view from the window right from the doorway.
Perpendicular to the hall, there is a corridor leading to the private section, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Special premises accommodating a home office, a home cinema, and a bar, from inside which you can enjoy the beautiful view.
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