The interiors of the Levenson premium apartment complex were designed by APEX architects for both the historic and newly designed buildings. They were made in the style of sophisticated minimalism and not limited to ascetic severity: a variety of natural materials, soft, enveloping lines and tactile textures create a rich and intense image. The complex interiors are a movement towards perfection through the use of simple forms, a modern interpretation of the historical heritage and freedom in planning space. The bureau architects managed to create a harmonious external and internal image, which embodies not the word “little”, but “enough”.
9 971 m2
The entrance lobby and the lobby of the 2nd building are made in light colors: natural milky white marble with a unique pattern and perfectly smooth texture emphasizes the complex status, increasing the interior rigor. It is softened by the warm tints of furniture and lamps, which act as full-fledged art objects. Key elements of minimalism - open space, panoramic windows and light - strive for visual expansion and filling with air.
The lobby and entrance lobby of the 1st building are designed in more muted shades: light gray metlakh tiles are complemented by malachite, dotted bright decorative elements and furniture with smooth outlines. The strict, geometric interiors of the apartments of the 1st building and the dark design of the elevator hall reveal the interior appearance of the complex from a different, more classic side.
The apartments of the 2nd building reveal the intense minimalism idea. The forms geometry contrasts with the variety of textures - from natural wood of different species to metal, marble and concrete. The interior design uses Pierre Jeanneret armchairs from the 1950s: their simplicity and functionality fit perfectly into the minimalist look of the living room. The milky white terrace echoes the light façades of Building 2 and complements the arched windows with copper slopes with pieces of furniture.