莫斯科的一套面积为62.5 平方米的私人住宅，由白俄罗斯的设计工作室ZROBIM Architects设计。客户要求采用简约明亮的轻质内饰。为此，设计工作室为他提供了一个基于冷混凝土和暖木组合的概念。在这个室内，他们更专注于创造不同的体积并用材料突出各个区域。严格的采用几何构图与圆形的家具和装饰元素相平衡。
A 62.5 sqm private residence in Moscow designed by Belarusian design studio ZROBIM Architects. The client requested a minimalist, bright, lightweight interior. For this, the design studio provided him with a concept based on a combination of cold concrete and warm wood. In this interior, they focused more on creating different volumes and highlighting the various areas with materials. A strictly geometric composition is balanced with rounded furniture and decorative elements.
In this apartment, the kitchen is combined with the living room, allowing them to form the main core, as the occupants will spend most of their time here. In addition, unnecessary partitions need to be avoided as much as possible, so that the various areas of the apartment can be smoothly integrated with each other, creating a single sense of cohesive space.
Having a dressing room located in the sleeping area makes one of the wishes of the client. Due to the size constraints of the bedroom, the design studio placed the wardrobe behind tinted glass. This allows it to maintain the overall brightness of the space without erecting solid walls and partitions. The guest and main backs also maintain a pure minimalist philosophy in the combination of the two basic materials, complemented by symmetrical geometric shapes.