The apartment is located on the 44th floor of a modern skyscraper and is decorated in a contemporary and spectacular style. In the living room, panoramic windows are emphasized by a visually weightless glass table; the walls are decorated with natural oak panels in contrast with the glass. The core of the interior is a wall decorated with glossy coffee-colored panels that turn into a kitchen made according to an individual project. On the next wall, the kitchen is a single composition with the furniture in the living room, and is effectively suspended in the air to create dynamics in the interior.
The bedroom space is spectacular in itself due to the corner windows. The authors emphasized the view outside the window with the arc of the Flos pendant lamp, added comfort due to the armchair in a fashionable boucle finish. A tactile floor board made of dark oak, a hanging table made of actual terrazzo, textiles and fabrics assembled in a complex beige range of colors are combined here in a memorable image, dynamic and at the same time cozy. The gradient painting behind the headboard echoes the setting sun.
The bathroom is most brightly decorated. A free—standing designer bathtub was placed right next to the window, and large-format porcelain stoneware of a rich green color, reminiscent of a tropical jungle, was placed on the walls. The elegance of the bathroom is emphasized by a podium with lighting, behind which engineering communications are hidden; a floor sink serves as a companion of the bath.



The area of the apartment is 69 sq.m.

Vadim Martynov, Ekaterina Gatilova, Stanislav Serafimov

GT Panoramic Apartment by Vadim Martynov in Russia won the WA Award Cycle 44. Please find below the WA Award poster for this project.

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Sergey Krasyuk