Interior AMP is a beautifully renovated one-bedroom apartment that was recently completed by studio INT2 Architecture, located in Saint-Petesburg, Russia. The original layout was very dysfunctional for the homeowner, having a large hallway with six doors, a tiny polygonal living room and kitchen with an extended bedroom. The architects re-imagined the entire apartment, creating a very pleasing design scheme. With some very clever design solutions at play, the living room/bedroom area was increased to 30 square meters and the dining area was given a sliding table to allow seating for 4-9 people. Even though the space is only 64 square meters, the open layout feels spacious. Guests are able to be entertained here thanks to the functionally designed furnishings and built-ins. The apartment features a neutral color palette, with the interior decor offering large planes of materials such as hardwood planks for the flooring.
Comprised of only six square meters, the bedroom is very small, sectioned off with a dividing wall and a bank of windows, flooding the space with natural light. With a deep window ledge, the space can be used as a window seat, using all available space. The bed is raised on a podium with a mattress width of 1800 millimeters and built-in drawers for storage of bed linens. A small shelf-locker is situated at the head of the bed, coat hooks, as well as a mirror. The apartment also houses a children’s bedroom, dressing room and guest bathroom that is also sharing space with the laundry room. In such a small space, there is a lot of function and form, and visually pleasing interiors. This project was very successfully designed with a great flow, what do you think, do you find these interiors welcoming and functional?
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Photos: Courtesy of INT2 Architecture
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