| 17 : 30 – 13 March 2019 |
Pink and Wood Apartment renovated by ZROBYM Architects is a 46 sq.mts of organic space with simple and concise design.
Aptly named due to use of pink color and wooden furniture, the apartment features an open space with multifunctional details. The internal walls were cleared off so as to give the overall space a dynamic entity. Clutter free design and minimalist furniture helps to realise each space differently yet connected to each other.
A modern bench seat accommodates few books and decorative items along the window.
As one enters the apartment, there is a bathroom and a bench seat on either sides of the mini lounge space. Sliding screen doors conceal the shower room whereas beyond the only structural column in the space. Pink, white and grey decor awaits behind the semi-translucent sliding doors.
A seat an bathroom with sliding door on opposite sides of the column
A simple, functional seat besides a mirror across the entrance, sliding door conceal the bathroom
Beyond the column is a convertible pink sofa cum bed and a floor lamp overlooking the seat. The arrangement makes it a perfect space to catch up a movie on the white washed wall via projector. A coffee table and pair of odd color chairs by the sofa sets the tone for an ideal dining space.
View from the coffee table towards the projector screen
Pale pink convertible sofa cum bed- ideal spot for watching movies
The small-sized kitchen spanning across the coffee table is as simple and basic as it can be. Open and closed cabinets are spread around the grey countertop adorning metallic backsplash.
Dining table overlooking the kitchen
From the Architects –
In the studio apartment Pink and Wood Apartment, we removed absolutely all partitions so that space became the main dominant. In addition to this, an attempt to find Belarusian features in the interior has formed a simple and concise design.
Floor plan of the apartment
Close view of the reading nook near the window
A small dining table with odd color chairs besides the kitchen
Asceticism in detail helps to focus on the shape of the furniture, its material and functionality. It’s important to understand the space, the sensation of touching the materials and fabrics, the definition of the exact function of each object that is in the apartment.
No-clutter kitchen space
Storage cum wardrobe space
The bath space behind the translucent sliding doors
View of the shower space finished in pale pink walls and grey flooring
Project details –
Project Name – Pink And Wood Apartment
Location – Minsk, Belarus
Architect Firm – ZROBYM architects
Lead designers – Alexey Korablev
Photography – © Alexandra Kononchenko
Client Name – Alexey Korablev
Completion Year – 2018
Built up Area – 46 sq. m.
Materials – Wood, Plywood | Fabrics – Mat, Flax