Dan Vakhramieiev, creative director at FILD, designed and developed an inviting studio apartment inÂ Kiev, Ukraine. The project is a conversion of a two-room loft from a pre-revolutionary building erected in 191, with original old moldings in the entryway. Having a total surface of 58,5 square meters, the crib features an open plan kitchen and bedroom, a separated dressing room and bathroom.
Lighting was given special attention, in order to visually divide the functional zones: kitchen, dining space and bedroom. Metal fixtures in the form of a tube were installed on the ceiling andÂ thin fluorescent lamps can be found over the kitchen work area and in the bathroom. Heavy blackout curtains made â€‹â€‹of gray fabric contrast the plywood flooring. All in all, the open studio apartment has an inviting feel, its unconventional layout making it perfect for a young couple. How do you find it? [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Dan Vakhramieiev]