Apartment therapy: contemporary apartment designs by Int2 in st petersburg

This is basically a visual sampling of very impressive interior design and space planning. Look through the floor plans and try to figure which spaces are which.
l shaped apartment plan
open book shelves
television unit background wallpaper
The living area is conducive to conversation, leaving the necessary television in the corner but not making it the focal point of the room.
This goal of the Int2 team in this final St. Petersburg apartment was to maximize open space while giving the occupant dedicated, functional areas for living. This began with inserting a separate but open "dining room" in the form of a wooden box, with accordion windows that let in plenty of fresh air and sunlight.
brick wall apartment
Hanging Edison bulbs in the kitchen are a modern twist on an antique look while giving practical light for home chefs. Hidden storage in the kitchen's island is open, leaving pots and pans readily accessible.
Black dining chairs complement, rather than match, one another for a cozy, bohemian feel.
modern lounge
Plenty of shelving for books and a nook for a piano are a bold indication that the apartment  is a home and not just a showcase for design elements.
piano room design
modern workspace design
efficient laundry room
pattern wall bathroom
walk in wardrobe
blue feminine room
feminine apartment room design
The overall floor plan of the apartment showcases how cleverly the space is used, with ever square centimeter having a distinct purpose, giving the apartment its spacious feel.
Even the front entryway is not immune from the design's hidden storage options with a cleverly built-in cubby for mail and keys.
monder gray apartment wood accents
The wooden slat motif that accents the living room ties easily with the funky wooden coffee table and will be seen again in the master bedroom. Light wood rather than dark keeps the space open and bright, perfect for gathering the family.
wood white kitchen lighting
teal kids room
The children's rooms maintain the neutral color palette while bringing in greens, blues, and even pops of coral along with playful wallpaper and unique works of art.
The floor plan in this apartment makes it seem as though there is actually room to spare.
modern swan chair
Although originally designed with just one bedroom, the team at Int2 was able to turn this 64 square meter St. Petersburg apartment into a space able to accommodate a master bedroom as well as a separate room for a child. Again, creative storage and cool, neutral color schemes keep this sunny apartment feeling very livable despite its constraints.
Recessed appliances, from oven to stovetop, create extra space and look extra stylish.
The expandable dining table can accommodate up to 9 people, which is no small feat for this small space.  If you are curious about how that can be achieved, do check out < a href="http://www.home-designing.com/2014/05/30-extendable-dining-tables-2" target="_blank"><noscript><img decoding=
A small desk with overhead storage is practical, but the chair can tuck under for extra floor space or flip around for an instant conversation area. Keeping the desk wall painted the same color all the way across makes the bedroom door nearly disappear, giving the illusion of even more space.
The hidden master "bed" room allowed for the creation of a separate nursery, with room to space for a growing child.
space efficient laundry room design
Plenty of light keep this cozy sleeping area from seeming too claustrophobic.
small studio apartment plan
The owner's artwork certainly acts as a focal point in this apartment. Here you can see a unique highlight, propping a spotlight on the floor to bring attention to the unique piece leaning against the wall.
This apartment by them in Moscow was awarded the Golden Diploma for Residential Interiors for its creative use of space and marriage of classic and modern elements. Built from a pre-revolutionary house, the apartment has all the trappings of a French neoclassic design with white walls, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, cornices, and wooden shutters. The team at Int2 was able to contrast these classic elements with their own colorful and distinctly modern choices. The "black box" in the center of the apartment contains the technical appliances necessary for modern living including the pitch, boiler, and bathroom. By containing these elements in one room, the rest of the open, bright space can take on a life of its own.
A built in desk surface gives a practical work area without bringing in any bulky furnishings.
Chevron wood flooring contrasts with the parallel planks in the bathroom, for an interesting geometric pattern that separates the rooms while maintaining an open feeling.
bedroom art
Do you love these designs? Now what if i told you these are all visualisations? Crazy huh?
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