This 230 sqm penthouse is located on the 82nd floor of the Oko Tower in Moscow.
The original layout of the apartment has been completely revisited by architects Alexey Nikolashin and Maria Poshekhonova who decided to merge the existing living room, kitchen and office and transform them into a big open space, separated from the two night areas.
The entire home, perfectly arranged with refined and precious materials, presents impressive floor-to-ceiling windows all around it which let the natural light in and offer people a breath-taking panorama of the city. The stylish interiors, designed with great accuracy and a distinctive contemporary style, are characterized by a vivid alternation of oak wooden panels, white walls and natural stones elegantly paired with upholstered pieces and furnishing accessories of great sophistication.
The best view is from the living room, especially when seated on the soft volumes of the two facing compositions of the Hamilton seating system. The two sofas, undisputed protagonists of the space, dressed with an elegant fabric in black colour, are also a true invite to conviviality. Next to them, the delightful sculpture of Mickey Mouse by Leblon Delienne and the graphic Jacob coffee tables with marble and lacquered table tops.
Special attention has been paid to the kitchen island, placed at the centre of the space and covered with precious Silver Wave marble, which puts a great accent on the bar area. The adjacent dining area presents the round iconic Van Dyck table surrounded by three Phillips chairs with their precise curves.
A wide selection of Minotti pieces has been chosen for the master bedroom, such as the Powell bed and the Reeves armchair with footstool, in addition to small complementary pieces for the bathroom and the wardrobe.
The three areas dialogue among themselves through glass partitions, which confer an immediate sense of fluidity and harmony to the space. Verde Antigua marble walls and oak wooden panels complete the overall concept and add a decorative touch to the atmosphere. The guest night area presents a single space with the Reeves bed, together with a couple of Cesar coffee tables used as nightstands, and a small adjacent bathroom. A truly sophisticated project offering a serene and stylish environment superbly attuned to its stunning urban surroundings.