The design project of the apartment was completed in 2020. The customers are a married couple living in Moscow with periodic business trips to Yerevan. The main task was to create the most "natural" and environmentally friendly space filled with light. Pierre Jeanneret's famous chairs and armchairs were purchased especially for this apartment. The apartment with an area of 88 sq.m is located in a multi-storey building in the heart of the city of Yerevan, in Armenia. According to the project, it was necessary to make the layout of the apartment and the design of the living room, dining area, open loggia facing the courtyard. Main requirements: environmental friendliness of materials and proximity to nature textures. The project used wood of different breeds, hand-painted tiles, "Chandigarh" furniture by French architect and designer Pierre Jeanneret.
A loggia of 24 sq.m is attached to the main square. The task was to use it as efficiently as possible, creating an outdoor recreation area in the warm season and using part of the area as a living area. In accordance with these points, the loggia was divided into 2 parts: one part served as a living room with a dining area, the other - a terrace with a winter garden. Large floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room fill the room with light and solar warmth. The room behind the terrace has a direct exit to it, so that when you wake up in the morning, you can go out on the terrace and enjoy the morning clean air over a cup of coffee. The layout was carried out with the condition of maximum possible preservation of existing partitions. As a result, the apartment has 9 functional areas: entrance hall, bathroom with toilet, 2 bedrooms, dressing room, kitchen, dining area, living room, terrace.



Area: 88 sqm

Design: Silva Akopian
Visual: Nikita Kolesnikov


Nikita Kolesnikov