Capital Construction designed this stunning penthouse project in Kiev, Ukraine. The project is part of the larger scale design operation of the ‘Obolon Residences’ apartment complex. Take a look at the complete story after the jump.
From the architects: Taking up the challenge of creating a monochromatic environment, capital construction has completed the design of ‘the white penthouse’, a stylish private house in Kiev, Ukraine. The architects realized and equipped the whole space with white colours, in order to provide a neat look to the interior. The project is part of the larger scale design operation of the whole apartment complex named ‘Obolon Residences’ that was completed in 2020.
Capital construction‘s general concept was to provide maximum open, clean interior space. The apartment consists of two levels, and a lounge terrace on top. The first floor houses the sleeping areas; a master bedroom and a children’s room, separated with smart-glass partition between them, and a hall. Situated on the second floor, there is the public zone where residents can gather and socialize. This area includes a wooden fireplace, providing a warm, cozy feeling to the room. On this floor, there is also a kitchen equipped with a food elevator, for additional convenience. On the rooftop, there is a lounge area with a pool, a sauna and a kitchen with BBQ.
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