Luxurious Russian Penthouse Apartment Balancing Light and Dark Accents

Luxurious Russian Penthouse Apartment Balancing Light and Dark Accents

Russian interior design studio Geometrix transformed the interiors of this next luxury penthouse into a surprising modern space meant to be enjoyed to its full potential. Featuring a combination of dark and light colour schemes, the interiors of this scrumptious penthouse call for a certain order in furniture arrangement. The interior designers created an extremely contemporary inside living space that extends on to the terrace for a full exploration of the panoramic views of Moscow. Situated high above the city, in the Triumph Palace, a 57-story apartment building in Moscow, the penthouse is compartmented into spaces that have many accents in common. Created as a unified space, the residence balances light and dark in a carefully planned manner. Large windows allow gorgeous, uninterrupted views of the Russian capital and the generous terrace extends the living space over the city.


  • loga January 29, 2011 at 05:26 AMLogin to Reply →

    nice luxury design apartment first image is very nice lights also very nice thanks for posting

  • lurker January 29, 2011 at 07:25 AMLogin to Reply →

    pure awesomness

  • Larry Baldwin January 29, 2011 at 08:51 AMLogin to Reply →

    I bet this is is Moscow. It is really, really exceptional ! The russians know how to make a perfect penthouse !

  • Kitchens Dublin January 29, 2011 at 18:57 PMLogin to Reply →

    I really like the walnut flooring. I think the wall panelling and doors are a little too much though!

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  • David Traversa March 28, 2015 at 03:03 AMLogin to Reply →

    It’s difficult to assimilate all these riches, specially when they are displayed with such clever design and fabulous materials.
    Although I must admit that Kitchens Dublin is right, in some details they have gone overboard, but that´s always the problem when having extremely large budgets, it makes it very easy to overdo to épater le bourgeois…