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T Apartment by Third Wave Architects

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Project name: T Apartment

Architect firm: Third Wave Architects

Location: Minsk, Belarus

Design year: 2020-2021

Floor space: 56 m2

Project team: Alexander Zhmakin, Stefanie Soich

Photographer: Kasya Syromolot

Description from architect firms Third Wave Architects:

The project represents a one-room apartment for one resident in a new building in Minsk. A living room with a bed space, a separated kitchen, a separate bathroom unit, a hall and a storage space occupy an area of 56 sq. meters.

The apartment is styled in simple contemporary manner with an archaic traditional spirit peculiar to Third Wave Architects, thus maintaining timeless aesthetics of design. The interior is minimalistic enough, though cozy and impressive. Such combination is achieved through simple shapes, unity and naturality of materials. All built in furniture has the brown wood grain that warmly enfolds the gray space of the rooms. The white oak parquet is laid across the total floor space. Combined with dark furniture, it creates soft though prominent contrast. The walls are covered with monotone pale gray weaving-surface wallpaper. Due to such wallpaper the interior is perceived as homy and tactile comfortable. The floor in the separate bathroom unit is made of large format porcelain stoneware with the original stone texture. Details that serve as a refined addition to the interior on a small scale are of importance. Stainless steel door-handles and T-shaped black furniture handles are worth mentioning. The separate bathroom unit has wall-concealed plumbing fixtures that add visual purity to the space. Minimalistic lamps with cylindrical white glass casings – icons of contemporary design, the so-called pellets, were chosen for basic lighting. The textile plays an important part in stylistics. The chosen cover fabrics, a carpet and draperies correspond to the general colour range and have the embossed braided structure.

 

Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot
Third Wave Architects © Kasya Syromolot

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