Design project of a maisonette in the residential complex of Novopecherskie Lypki, designed for a young successful manager. The customer wanted a masculine and at the same time a positive cheerful interior. The owner also asked Zooi to create an atmosphere so that was clear that he had already achieved a lot. We presented only a draft of the first floor apartment, as the client moved to another country, and he sold the apartment.
Zooi studio offered to the customer a design in loft style, a brutal interior which has its own chic, thanks to the saturated colour of copper and its gloss. Components presupposed expensive Italian brands that have an expressive look on the copper background. Monochrome colours are diluted by the upright green wall. The turquoise chairs Ligne Roset, the designer kitchen, the table from the Danish company Vipp and the famous lamps Tom Dixon look minimalistic and show the status.
In general this is an open space. The wall that separates the kitchen from the hallway is lined with copper plates. Zooi specialists decided to leave throughout the ceiling the primary concrete texture and, partly, the cooker hood. In the centre of the kitchen, on the ceiling, they designed a plasterboard element with micro-cement finishing. The staircase, also designed by Zooi, consists of perforated metal handrails and is fixed in the wall. In the living area there are floor lamps from the Korean designer Seung Yong Song and a coffee table. In the evening the light of the torches creates convoluted shadows which, flirting with each other, cause a special romantic atmosphere.