The spatial planning solution for this eclectic apartment design by SVOYA Studio has been determined based on the wishes of the customer. Initially a two-room loft, the abode currently displays a different structure: living room combined with the kitchen, the bedroom combined with the study and a generously-sized bathroom. The stylistic trend was given not only by the owner, but also by the cultural heritage of the historic building in which the apartment is located.

High ceilings have a major impact on making the 56 square meter apartment in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine look bigger. The color spectrum plays both an aesthetic and a formative role. Ceiling, walls and floor finishes add elegance, particularly the white painted MDF panels, mirrors and herringbone parquetry. The lighting scheme was just as important: “We weren’t limited neither by diameter nor by height, thus we could fit in luxurious and at the same time austere lighting objects Zonca and De Majo. Their reflection in mirror panels creates additional depth and specific effects“. A compact pseudo-fireplace, wooden coffee table with fold leather arm-chairs and a vintage bar counter contribute to the eclectic feel of this stylish Ukrainian apartment. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by SVOYA studio]