The design of a small kitchen is the effective use of every useful inch of an area. Small kitchens today are not only an unfortunate inevitability but also a conscious choice. In an era of urbanization and lack of space, the Soft Minimal trend is relevant: people try to get by with less without cluttering up already small apartments.
Designers offer multifunctional, adaptable solutions and rely on transforming objects, well-defined clear lines, natural materials, and a natural palette. The authors visually add inches to the small kitchen, using light colors and “dissolving” the furniture in space. They are trying to win the area by combining the kitchen and living areas.
Dmitri Sivak: apartment 50 sq. meters in Odessa Dmitry Sivak, Sivak+Partners, created a simple and comfortable interior for a young man. Even at the design stage, it became clear that it was impossible to “scream” the beauty outside the window, so a calm image was chosen for the apartment.
Room Design Büro: apartment 32 sqm meters in a new building Anastasia Zaitseva and Anton Lysko, Room Design Büro, prove with their projects that the budget is not important for an interesting interior. A small apartment in a new building is an example of a comfortable space in a modest area.
SVOYA studio: apartment 47 sq. meters in Odessa The architects of SVOYA Studio have turned a single apartment with uneven walls into a spacious studio apartment for relaxing at any time of the year.
Alexandra Karabatov: 45 sq. meters in the south-west of Moscow A small apartment 45 sq. meters was intended for a girl. The young customer invited designer Alexandra Karabatova to decorate the interior and expressed her main wishes.
Pavel Zheleznov and Tatyana Borisova: apartment 47 sq. meters The apartment for temporary residence is a project by Pavel Zheleznov and Tatyana Borisova. The customer was a young financier who purchased housing in a reconstructed historic building in the Krasnopresnensky district.