SVOYA Studio is a design workshop founded in 2000 based out of Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. This amazing team specializes in construction, architectural design, and interior design.
The True Apartment project took place in Kiev, Ukraine and was completed in early 2015. This design is a true masterpiece of natural materials and luxurious living.
Denis Sokolov, Valery Sokolov, Tanya Lazovaya, Yulia Martynenko, and Artem Martynenko worked on the design and execution of this beautiful project.
The use of raw, natural woods and exposed concrete make a delightful juxtaposition of each other in the main living area while the calming bedroom features soft tones and a gorgeous old wardrobe.
The natural raw wood color of the shingle accent wall is carried throughout the apartment in small details – shelves in the bedroom, small stools in the bathroom – creating a cohesive design.
The limited use of space in this apartment was taken into great consideration during the designing period and was well executed in the final product.
It is a feat to keep the living and dining rooms in the same space and make them clearly separated, as well as integrating them into one another to create a seamless floor plan transition.
We hope you enjoy viewing this gorgeous apartment as much as we do!
The gorgeous shot from the far side of the room shows off the open flow of the main area of the apartment. The living room flows into the dining room and a small sitting area. Natural and exposed materials make for stunning texture changes throughout the apartment.
Color is brought into the living room by way of the complementing area rug. The use of hardwood floors softens the concrete pillars and ceiling while the plush grey couch looks comfy and inviting.
Here, the shingled accent wall is visible while low grey shelving houses the entertainment components. The soft wall art and contrasting geometric designs show consideration of the rest of the decor in the art choice. Behind the couch you can see the thick hammock strung up and laden with blankets.
These gorgeous wood floors run through the entire apartment. The large windows let in plenty of light and offer lovely views of the surrounding neighborhood. Here you can see the accent wall separating the living space from the kitchen but can sneak a peak of the extensive wine rack in the corner. The dining table is topped with delicate geometric pendant lights and plush chairs that match the couch.
The modern minimalist bed is offset by the addition of the antique wardrobe to the right of the room. The textured area rug matches the bed linens and the simplistic wall art above the bed. A natural wood shelf and matching bedside tables complete the look of this room.
Thick curtains are used to block out unwanted light from the large windows. A flat screen TV hangs across from the bed and large ceiling panels matching the natural wood found in the rest of the room are used to lighten up the room.
Here the nails that make up the wall art above the bed can be seen. Touches of copper add subtle color to the room.
This beautiful bathroom features a glass enclosed shower and sink area. The lovely grey tile walls brighten the bathroom without taking away from the palette of the rest of the house and more natural wood can be found here. Oxidized copper sheets make up the floor of the bathroom.
This small half bath uses the same flooring as the full bathroom as well as the natural exposed wood found throughout the rest of the house. A striking copper sink adds a dash of bright color to the room while the industrial style lamp and line of stark white candles bring light to the room.
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