bohdana khmelnytskogo, 33|34kyiv, ukraine

ryabinki house interior

Minimalist on the outside and warm on the inside, this quiet home is decorated in a neutral and natural palette of colors, materials, and textures, including muted whites, beige, wood, linen, and marble, inspired by the surrounding landscape. All the main rooms are compositionally connected due to materials and textures. Thus, the main wall dividing the active zone from others is made of natural wood and goes to a closed terrace with a summer kitchen made of the same material. The house's material palette symbolizes its place in nature. The walls and furniture are finished in oak wood, complemented by natural stone. Together, the materials create a space that feels intuitive and organic - internally, in sync with the outside world.

The combination of noteworthy items such as Knoll dining chairs and Arflex armchairs by Marcello Cuneo is easy to match with custom-designed furnishings such as the kitchen. The reasonably linear interior is softened by soft linen curtains and an oatmeal Toulemonde Bochart carpet interspersed with the pattern, giving the design a relaxed, rustic feel. The central element in the living room and in the house itself is the fireplace, which serves as an aesthetic accent and helps heat the home.

Technically, the house is equipped with a supply and exhaust ventilation and air conditioning system, a backup power supply system, and heating in the form of a water-heated floor. To avoid condensation on the windows that meet the floor, an additional electric underfloor heating was used along them. The interior development involved Zanotta, Knoll, Saba, Arflex, Vitra, Normann Copenhagen, Midj, and Moustache factories.

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  • Location:
    Kyiv, Ukraine
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  • Area:
    260 m2
  • Architect:
    katya zuieva
    katya aivazian
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