As part of the work on the apartment complex on Letnikovskaya Street, the architects proposed the design concept of the entrance group, lobby, public areas, as well as the internal patio and operated roof. By the start of the working process on the interiors, the customer and brokers had already formed the concept of positioning and sales of the complex. The concept of the interior design has been inspired by the images of the rebellious and elegant 60-s, famous for such cultural phenomena as The Beatles, “Breakfast at Tiffany's”, Mini Cooper, a new era of models - Twiggy, Verushka - and artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.
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The name of the apartment complex – «Mitte» in German, meaning the middle – is inspired by one of the most dynamically developing districts of Berlin, famous for its galleries, show rooms, trendy cafes and boutiques. This a set of images became the starting point for the formation of the interior concept, which, on the one hand, reflects the lifestyle of its residents, and on the other – emphasizes the status of the residential project located within two minutes of walking from the Garden Ring.
The entrance lobby combines Byzantine terazzo, mosaic concrete, with glares of copper playing on its surface. Arched openings, oval lamps and voluminous upholstered furniture in pastel shades creates a warm yet sophisticated atmosphere.
The lobby layout is conducive to interactions with the neighbors and creates a community of residents - so rare for modern metropolitan housing. Typical solutions for public areas are based on the contrast of light porcelain stoneware and bold teal color.