This incredibly minimalist flat is designed by architecture firm Ruetemple for a young IT professional. The space spans over 40 square meters and the client desired his home to have an organized and clutter-free arrangement. Thus, for the design of the Moscow apartment, Ruetemple focused on functionality rather than aesthetic. Although the minimalist flat is void of any unnecessary embellishments in the form of decorations or eye-captivating details, the vibe of the space certainly builds on contemporary movements of style.
For the furniture, the architects selected oak as a primary material. The pieces are so arranged as to boast smart storage opportunities. In addition, the white-painted walls strategically give off the illusion of a brighter and bigger space. With an agreeable juxtaposition between materials and a practical approach to presentation, the minimalist flat reaches both functional and aesthetic purposes.
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