HOUSE IN THE MOSCOW SUBURBS DESIGNED BY NATALIA BELONOGOVA
«The first thing was to let the house wake up, open its eyes,» says Natalia Belonogova. — «Instead of standard windows, floor-to-ceiling windows were cut through, and four windows in the double-height living room turned into one from floor to ceiling». Shades of black, gray, and graphite colored the walls. A natural, even somewhat archaic look is given by the abundance of natural and recycled materials — stone and ceramic shells, partitions and frames made from logs of dismantled northern houses». — Elle Decoration
For this project we made tables, wardrobes, mirrors, and vanity units for the bathrooms. Our deliberately primitive furniture, created by artist and carpenter Denis Milovanov, takes into account quite modern requirements of ergonomics and fits perfectly into this space.