Dan Vakhramieiev, artistic director at FILD, designed and developed an inviting studio condominium in Kiev, Ukraine. The challenge is a conversion of a two-room loft from a pre-revolutionary constructing erected in 191, with unique previous moldings within the entryway. Having a complete floor of fifty eight,H sq. meters, the crib options an open plan kitchen and bed room, a separated dressing room and toilet.
Lighting was given particular consideration, as a way to visually divide the practical zones: kitchen, eating area and bed room. Metal fixtures within the type of a tube have been put in on the ceiling and skinny fluorescent lamps might be discovered over the kitchen work space and within the toilet. Heavy blackout curtains made of grey material distinction the plywood flooring. All in all, the open studio condominium has an inviting really feel, its unconventional format making it good for a younger couple. How do you discover it? [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Dan Vakhramieiev]