Two Rooms是位于白俄罗斯明斯克的极简主义空间，由Third Wave Architects设计。根据该局局长亚历山大·扎马金（Alexander Zhmakin）的说法，这个小物件旨在显示建筑艺术在恶劣的设计条件下的力量和牢固性。任务是在标准布局，统一尺寸，2.5米天花板高度，预算极少的典型赫鲁晓夫卡建筑的22平方米区域中，创造一种具有高美学水平的生活和工作的真正独特氛围。
Two Rooms is a minimalist space located in Minsk, Belarus, designed by Third Wave Architects. According to the bureau head Alexander Zhmakin, this small object was meant to be a display of power and firmness of architectural artistry against poor design conditions. The task was to create a truly unique atmosphere with a high esthetics level for life and work at the 22-square-meter area of typical Khrushchevka building with standard layout, uniform sizes, 2.5-meter ceiling height, having an extremely small budget.
Design：Third Wave Architects
Photography： Alexandra Kononchenko