April 30, 2021 | Updated: November 16, 2023


A retro-futuristic apartment in Ukraine

Designed by architect Alona Neizvidska, this two-bedroom property overlooking Dnipro blends velvety textures and industrial style furniture with PORCELANOSA Group’s most natural collections.

Abierto al exterior y con vistas a Dnipró (Ucrania), este apartamento acristalado de dos habitaciones diseñado por la arquitecta  Alona Neizvidska combina los muebles de tipo industrial y las lámparas futuristas con las colecciones más naturales de PORCELANOSA Grupo.

A kitchen-living space open to the bedroom

The kitchen’s open-plan design features grey and brown hues coupled with white lacquered furniture. This eclectic aesthetic combines velvety textures with the Nuba White Polished collection and XTONE® marble effect cladding – the surface used to shape the kitchen worktop – reproducing the shine and greyish veins of Carrara marble.


The neutral palette is enhanced by white lights used to edge the corners and wall of the dining room, clad in Airslate Graphite natural stone by L’Antic Colonial. The versatile and restrained aesthetic of this area extends throughout the property, with Bottega Topo ceramic tiles by Porcelanosa used as flooring throughout coupled with the Porcelanosa stone cladding that prevails over the reading room.

The monochrome bathrooms incorporate XTONE® marble inspired collections together with Porcelanosa wall tiles, Noken accessories and the Unique Krion washbasin, with a hygienic and resistant composition that enhances both the cleanliness and aesthetic of this space.

Photo: Tatiana Kovalenko

Architecture: Alona Neizvidska

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

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