Our customers had acquired three houses in Moscow, "Glass House", "Winter Palace" and "Atelier". They asked us to create the entire interior architecture of these properties so that they could have these implemented themselves directly onsite.
The "Glass House" project was based on a pronounced creative line, inspired by the art deco style. The integration of artworks and decorative elements, both in the architectural framework and in the interior design, allowed us to enhance the place and its atypical volumes. To achieve this, we relied on artistic creations, noble materials with refined lines and luminous colours.
Everything was designed and created to combine aesthetics, fluidity, functionality and uniqueness. The staircases and railings, inspired by the cubist aspect of the art deco style, contrast with the curves of the living room. The stained glass windows, created by the artist Tatiana Tsareva, adorn the existing exterior woodwork, creating a vibrant effect of light and shadow and giving a singular tone to the house. The doors were decorated according to an artist's drawing and sculpted in precious wood marquetry.
Finally, the use of geometric shapes in the metal and wooden furniture, the colour of the fabrics and the choice of grand chandeliers signed Vincent Breed, have created a sense of luxury and elegance in this residence.