Tanya Minina's Moscow Apartment Design Looks Like Sea Anemones

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Apr 11, 2010 • References: tminina &
I love the undersea aesthetic in this Tanya Minina design for a Moscow apartment. It uses a number of what appear to be fiber optic room dividers to divide the open space. Chandeliers with fiber optic strings of light hang down from the floor like iridescent jellyfish or sea anemones.

The fiber optic strings mimic natural phenomena like sea creatures and waterfalls for a truly otherworldly feel. I’d love to live in a condo that’s been enhanced with Tanya Minina’s touch. Stats for Fiber Optic Room Dividers Trending: Older & Buzzing
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