Not so long ago I was looking for a project already existing. To practice the ability to make photorealistic images based on a photo. And I found such a project. On arhdayli, I liked, the style of the classic with modern and vintage products fell in nature


Text description provided by the architects. The apartment is situated in a pre-revolutionary building in the centre of Moscow.

The “shell” of the apartment is designed as a reference to French neoclassicism – white walls, high ceilings, tall windows, parquet, plaster cornices, boiserie… White walls highlight proportions of the apartment and purity of the architectural form.


The inspiration comes from Archdayli site. Architects: INT2architecture
Text description provided by the architects.
These classical elements are the background for the “antibody” – minimalist black box, in which all the technical spaces are grouped (WC, boiler, kitchen, wardrobe). The Box is a compositional center around which the main functional areas are situated: kitchen with four meter long kitchen island – bar; lounge area with leather lounge chairs, fireplace and projector; and bedroom with a small workplace.


I make this project by reference . I saw a lot of interesting projects on archdaily. But this project best taste for me

Text description provided by the architects.
Modern interior elements contrast in colour, material and style with the classical ones, simultaneously complementing each other. Thus, the objects acquire individuality, creating a wholesome architectural space.

  • Architect: INT2architecture
  • Photographer: INT2architecture

Posted by Paul Prachuk

My name is Paul Prachuk . I've been working in interior design industry for more then 5 years, but was interested in interior design since I was young . In general , I work on interior design projects of flats, houses, hotels and offices, willing to create something new every day. So if you're interested in my services please contact me.([email protected])

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