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Modern minimalism

Nizhny Novgorod (RU)

Maximum functionality in the smallest space
Minimalist style and modern interior design went hand in hand in the design of this show apartment in Russia. The apartment, furnished in H3395 ST12 Natural Corbridge Oak, focused primarily on functionality, so that every centimetre of the 38m² showroom could be used optimally. Parts of the white kitchen harmonise with the dark worktops and the matching dining table in H1137 ST12 Black Brown Serano Oak.

The use of H3395 ST12 Natural Corbridge Oak underlines the minimalist thinking of the architects. The light brown tones create a warm and cosy atmosphere. In contrast to separately placed furniture, built-in furniture helps to maximise the use of the apartment's space while hiding all cables and appliances. This allows even small apartments to become as spacious, ergonomic and functional as possible, which will be in increasing demand, especially in the future.

Executed by:




Liliya Yakovleva



Structural physics specialist:

Voldemar Derevenets

Planned by:

Voldemar Derevenets



Construction period:

January-September 2020


All shown decors are reproductions.