A 340-square meter apartment in Moscow takes cues from the 1970s eclecticism. Designed by Agnes Rudzite interiors, it follows a nude color scheme and the calming effect of organic shapes & textures. Plaster walls meet lacquered parquet and oak wood, sizable columns were balanced with a lot of air in between the rooms and natural light.
Furniture design pieces such as Table en Forme Libre from Charlotte Perriand, Cassina chairs or Pierre Paulin’s Elysee sofa were juxtaposed against truly remarkable pieces in bold blue and green, adding a retro vibe to the interior.
Travertine kitchen in ruby, dark green and gold marks a truly unique space, soothed by light wood and sand shades around. Long corridors serve the function of an art gallery, exposing owners’ collection of paintings. Following Rudzite’s ethos of interiors imagined as poems, the Moscow apartment is definitely a successful collection of rhymes.