Russian interior design studio VADIM MALTSEV designed this stunning apartment on the 54th floor of the prestige Neva Tower in Moscow, Russia. The design of the apartment is an eclectic mix of historical heritage designs with a modern twist.
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From the designers: It’s a space where the main role belongs to fantastic view of Moscow and art objects, where each of them can tell a story. The interior represents a modern interpretation of cultural mix in design: here you can see canvases of the Renaissance, mural with allusions, masterpieces of world art. The apartments are located on the 54th floor of the Neva Tower in Moscow City, hence the name of the project.
The author of the project Vadim Maltsev was not looking for simple solutions while creating the interior — informal color combinations with deep and multifaceted shades formed aesthetics of Contemporary chic.
The designer knows how to work with historical heritage. Canvases by Leonardo da Vinci and Sandro Botticelli perfectly fit into the apartment lounge. The focus of the space is a door with bronze facade, diluting the symmetry with paintings and multi-level furniture. The console, based on the sketches of the bureau, create here a unique atmosphere of architectural symbols. The contrast between the graceful lines of the console emphasizes the marble bench, creating references to Greek mythology. Wall bracket lamp from Vincenzo De Cotiis is an ode to contemporary art, surrounded by classical motifs.
All Images are courtesy of Vadim Maltsev
Find more projects by Vadim Maltsev architecture practice on their official web page: maltsevdesign.com