September 25, 2020 | Updated: March 8, 2022
Located in the city of Sochi (Russia) this spacious property designed with the most exclusive PORCELANOSA Group collections stands out for its eclectic interior design and its soft luminosity.
In the city of Sochi (Russia) stands this spacious, monolithic property designed with the Premium collections of PORCELANOSA Group. Its design, which combines urban and classic styles , was designed by the architect Victor Usenko, whose selection of materials demonstrates the peaceful coexistence of Old and New Russia.
The open-plan living room-kitchen is framed by floor tiles from Soho Acero by Porcelanosa. This greyish porcelain floor reproduces the chromatic shades of cement and lends this space greater security and resistance. A collection that combines with velvet chairs, hanging lamps that resemble a constellation, pop-style appliances and patterned textiles.
With sober brown and blue tones, the main bedroom of this property stands out for its spacious and open design.
Framing the bed is the Noa Minnesota Mokacollection, used on both the headboard and walls in the room. The pieces in this series allow light fixtures to be integrated into the overall structure of the room without creating separate spaces.
The cavern-like bathroom brings together the stone-inspired wall and floor tiles (Porcelanosa) with grey as the unifying colour. A colour that also defines the natural granite sink and the circular mirror of the Duna bathroom unit from Gamadecor.
These pieces offer an orderly contrast with the silver Forma taps from Noken, the NK Concept mixer shower, the Essence C bathroom fittings and radiators, and Butech's pro-matt 3 chrome corners.
Photo: Pavel Kovalenko
Architect: Victor Usenko