The interior of this family apartment in Magnum House has its origins in the architecture of the building itself. High ceilings up to 3.5m and elegant window grilles are key features that set the character.

      The house, situated in a residential complex of expressive and modern architecture, allowed us to combine classic architectural forms, modern lighting and furniture with plaster moldings and marble coverings perfectly complementing laconic Kevin Reilly lamps.

      A Black Tie sofa emphasizes the unusual but expressive living room space as furniture and decorative lights bring a nostalgic character to the interior, closely related to the client's collection of art from the Soviet and post-Soviet periods.

      Our design was created using only natural materials and textures to set a special mood. In the master bedroom, the walls are covered with Lelievre fabric wallpaper, creating a state of calm, whereas Casamance wallpaper forms a gentle mood in the children's room.