Four Apartments from St. Petersburg's Int2 Architecture

Four Apartments from St. Petersburg's Int2 Architecture

At 107 square meters, this Moscow apartment may not be spacious, but careful design and organization from Int2 Architecture has allowed for plenty of storage, a master bedroom and even separate rooms for two children. The team of designers at Int2 has managed to do this without straying from the simplicity and beauty of their chosen modern aesthetic. Cool neutrals and hidden nooks and crannies make this apartment wholly livable, comfortable, and beautiful.

The wooden slat motif that accents the living room ties easily with the funky wooden coffee table and will be seen again in the master bedroom. Light wood rather than dark keeps the space open and bright, perfect for gathering the family. Advertisement

An oven and microwave recessed into the kitchen wall gives even more space for cooking and meal preparation.

Even the front entryway is not immune from the design's hidden storage options with a cleverly built-in cubby for mail and keys.

The wooden slat theme makes a reappearance in the master bedroom as a support for the bed's headboard. Cool beige, brown, and great with soft fabrics and a platform bed make it the perfect zen retreat.

The children's rooms maintain the neutral color palette while bringing in greens, blues, and even pops of coral along with playful wallpaper and unique works of art. Advertisement

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Each of these apartments are clear evidence of the passion and talent at Int2. Though each design is different, they all reflect a firm understanding of the importance of maximizing space and including practical storage while still ensuring that each piece of the design is beautiful and useful.

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Petersburg's Int2 Architecture.

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