October 8, 2021


A contemporary home in Moscow

Architect Anna Lebidko built this modern apartment in a palette of greys and purples, with ceramic tile collections by PORCELANOSA that bring out the light beautifully.

This Moscow apartment built by architect Anna Lebidko features an organic design that takes inspiration from the colours of the earth, combining natural textures with more industrial-look elements through the use of ceramic stone and wood by PORCELANOSA.

Ceramic wood and slate throughout

The lounge-dining room features a wood and glass cabinet with sliding doors that contrasts harmoniously with the purple velvet armchairs, ethnic rugs and ceramic wall tiles by Porcelanosa such as Dover Modern Line and Airslate Delhi natural slate by L’ac. In the corridors, they opted for Deco Image Cream relief accent tiles by Porcelanosa combined with Noa Minnesota Moka wall tiles and Minnesota Moka floor tiles. The play of browns and blacks is emphasised by textured and geometric finishes.

The bathrooms feature Dess and Next furnishings by Gamadecor to complement the colour scheme, lending a sense of brightness to the space, with Noken’s Round taps from the sustainable WaterForest line (saving water by up to 89%). To finish of the look, they used Gravity Aluminium Hexagon Rose Gold mosaic tiles by L’ac and Pro-Part chrome decorative profiles by Butech.

Marble-inspired bathrooms

In another bathroom, marble provides the inspiration for the décor. The S+Line shower screen by KRION® Porcelanosa Bath blends harmoniously with the XTONE® sintered mineral compact covering the main wall, with grey veins that enhance this zone.

In the shower, the Butech Shower Deck shower tray sets off the Minnesota Moka floor tiles by Porcelanosa, and the Neptune Slim Square waterfall-effect shower head by Noken provides another stylish accent. The 3 Way washbasins and KRION® Lux Carrara Soft countertop improve hygiene, safety and resistance, thanks to their almost zero porosity and bacteriostatic properties.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

Architecture: Anna Lebidko

Photo: AL Design

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