Looking jet-setter chic, this apartment is the perfect example of eclectic design that also has the perk of showcasing the owner's traveler lifestyle.
Located in Moscow, this distinctive and eclectic design was created by French architects at Goodnova-Godiniaux for a globe trotter who wanted a home that was representative of his nomadic life.
At 150 square meters, the apartment is like a kaleidoscope of little design touches that are cultural, eccentric and original -- for example, the designers use suitcases as storage.
"In the middle of the rectangle-shaped apartment layout, a module was created, functionally dividing the interiors. Clad in a single material (mutene timber), there is continuity and consistency," say the architects at Goodnova-Godiniaux.
The Eclectic Design Used in This Apartment is Cultured and Unique
Farida Helmy — March 6, 2014 — Art & Design