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This 128 sq. meter (or 1,377 sq. foot) condo in Kiev was designed by Sergey Makhno who gave the area a loft-like really feel. Situated in a historic constructing within the metropolis’s previous business district, the Podil Loft Condominium, named after the district, bared previous brickwork with metallic channel bars through the renovation.
The invention lead Makhno to revive the bricks and canopy them with a protecting polish letting them set the tone of the design.
The flooring have been coated with textured strong oak wooden making a heat all through the area.
Picket slats have been hung vertically on one of many partitions including further texture.
Concrete panels cowl the far wall bringing in an industrial function and including to the loft attraction.
Simply off the lounge is the main bedroom which is stored easy. Concrete pendants from Foscarini grasp off-middle above the mattress.
Privateness should not be a problem between the bed room and the toilet because the doorways are all glass.
I really like how the glass-enclosed bathe virtually floats within the middle of the toilet.
A big balcony off the grasp toilet makes means for an enormous bathtub on one aspect and a desk on the opposite.
Photographs by Andrey Avdeenko.