Babayants 建筑事务所设计了 VTB Arena 公园住宅区公寓的内部装修。VTB Arena 是一个高品质现代建筑街区,具有可识别的设计规范和自身特点。建筑师在第一次参观现场时就意识到,室内设计将是建筑的延续,具有清晰的几何图形和圆形。当建筑师仔细了解了客户的要求和愿望后,项目的主旨就完全形成了。它的主题是流畅的线条、轻盈的视觉效果、放松和微妙的亚洲风情。

Babayants Architects has designed the interior of an apartment in the residential complex VTB Arena Park. VTB Arena is a neighborhood of high-quality contemporary architecture with a recognizable design code and its own character. From the first visit to the site, architects realized that interior will be a continuation of architecture with its clear geometry and roundish shapes. When architects closely saw the clients’ requests and wishes, the leitmotif of the project was completely formed. It is about smooth lines, visual lightness, relaxation, and a subtle flair of Asia.


This project is often compared with meditation. It truly has something indeed soothing; there is pure calm energy.
At the entrance of the apartment, there are no corridors. All attention is focused on the levitating wooden volume – a cabinet hung between two walls. Behind it, there is a living room has been seen. From the design point of view, this solution causes curiosity to find out what’s next and desire to see all the interior details. From the functional point of view, it allows the natural light to come into the hallway and create an airy interior.

该项目的最大亮点是木制的大型滑动隔断。它们将起居室和工作室分隔开来。它们为空间带来了更多变化:可以将它们关闭,这样就只有一个公共区域;如果将它们打开,就会有一个充满自然光的单色空间。这些隔断的设计和安装相当复杂,因为 Babayants 建筑事务所要求所有项目中的缝隙都不能超过 2-3 毫米,而要做到这一点需要非常精湛的工艺。

The best point of the project is the large sliding partitions made of wood. They separate the living room from the studio. They bring more variety into the space: one can close them so there will be only a common area; if they are open there will be a monochromatic space full of natural light. Designing and installing these partitions was quite complicated because Babayants Architects admit gaps not more than 2-3 mm in all the projects, and to achieve this demanded great exquisite workmanship.


Another special detail that creates an atmosphere in the interior is the long wooden blinds. This is a nice modern solution that allows the inhabitants to feel cozy with so many windows in the apartment. When the blinds are lowered, it is still bright, when closed, a blackout effect is created. Also, they create a splendid play of light and shadow on sunny days and bring a unique texture of natural wood into the interior.


By the way, the idea of using the blinds belongs to the clients. They had been actively participating in the design process starting with the self-presentation and gave a clear vision of what they liked. This helped a lot because the interiors are always somehow reflecting their owners.
We are very impressed by people who can move away from the habitual filling of living space for the majority and say what they really need and what they don’t. Our clients don’t cook at home, therefore, we made a very compact kitchen that is practically hidden. At first glance, it looks like a levitating wooden ribbon, and only the faucets give away the true destination of this object. All the kitchen appliances are built-in in the two vertical columns which embrace the roundish part of the wall. The dining group with the round dining table, chairs, and a pendant lamp is on the central axis. The soft furniture is absolutely laconic and made in a Japanese-like style.


The studio is furnished with closed cabinets that are almost mimicking the walls, a light bookcase, and two comfortable areas for work.
The bedroom and the bathroom continue the main leitmotifs of the interior such as smooth lines and soaring. The bed, as if grown out of the wall, looks completely weightless.
Working on this project was hard but brought a lot of pleasant moments. When the architects visited the construction site for the first time and saw the roundish walls – it impressed a lot. When the interior is in 3D, it feels one way, but when you see it being completed, it makes a wow effect.

这个项目是 Babayants 建筑事务所线条工作方法的理想体现;它甚至有一个非正式的名字—”线条颂”。从建筑、接缝和技术解决方案等细节中,都可以看到极致完美主义和田园几何风格。例如,尽管用户看不到缝隙有多少毫米的差别,但和谐和正确的比例就体现在这些微小的细节中。

This project is an ideal embodiment of Babayants Architects’ approach to working with lines; it even has an informal name – “Ode to the lines.” The extreme perfectionism and idyllic geometry can be seen in the details: from architecture to joints and technical solutions. Even though a user doesn’t see the difference of how many millimeters is a gap, for example; harmony and correct proportions are in these tiny details.
This interior is refined and delicate. It gently hugs you and comforts you. Each line has precision and harmony. But what is especially pleasant is that the space surprisingly sensitively reflects the clients, and even looks like them.

Architects: Babayants Architects
Area:95 m2
Photography: Sergey Krasyuk
Status: Completed
Styling: Yes We May
City: Moscow
Country: Russia