A young family with two children wanted the leaders of ZOOI studio to show a modern and comfortable solution for their new interior. After filing the first concept of the apartment design, the customers approved everything. Of course, this inspired Pavel Voytov and Maxim Doschinsky to create original solutions, such as the absolute unique designer children's rooms for boys, unusual wall decorations, a designer decor and obviously the comfortable and functional cabinet furniture specifically created for this interior design. - The level of attention to the customer from the interior studio ZOOI demonstrates the specific work and execution of parts!
To create Minimal Mine, two apartments were merged: one-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments. One room became the master bedroom, which contains: a study, a shower room and a wardrobe. The second apartment has turned into the open space and the two children's rooms.
Working on the layout, the interior designers Maxim Doschinsky and Pavel Voytov tried to harmoniously fill the space, to fit everything needed and to guarantee enough free space.
The open space consists of a kitchen and a living room, conditionally divided by a large soft sofa. Especially for this apartment, the design studio ZOOI has developed decorative wall panels simulating a massive rough stone, making the interior more natural.
The designers themselves developed the sketches and experimented with the relief of the panels until they got the desired effect. As a result, decorative panels in charcoal colour decorate the living room, and white panels - the kitchen.
To illuminate the open space, the technical light of the XAL factory (Austria) was chosen.
In the modern kitchen you can have breakfast behind the bar (it's also a working surface for cooking) or a hearty lunch with the family at a big table!
The entire kitchen module for storing kitchen utensils was ordered from the Italian factory Minacciolo. The glossy wall cabinets from perforated copper, is instead another author's work of the interior studio ZOOI!
The bedroom looks like four rooms in one; with a glass partition, the interior designers decided to separate the study from the sleeping area. Also a curtain is provided in the office.
The dressing room, is separated from the rest of the space by an elegant mirror.
The room has its own bathroom with a spacious shower box, from where you can see the bedroom completely. The bed area is decorated with the famous Seletti lamps in the shape of monkeys. The purple armchair at the dressing table is one of the always elegant and high-quality products of the German factory Walter Knoll. The rest of the cabinet furniture in the bedroom, including the study and the dressing room, was created according to the design of ZOOI interior studio.
For the two boys aged 5 and 7 the designers Maxim Doschinsky and Pavel Voytov designed similar rooms, choosing the same theme of colours and solutions.
In the interior of each children’s room there is a working place, a climbing wall, climbing ladders, a map of the world. All this was invented and made by ZOOI designers! They also proposed to use funny animalistic lamps from KARMAN. Only in one of the rooms designers have installed sconces in the form of an owl, and in another a deer.
The blue armchair in the living room, framed by a metal structure, does not in vain resemble a cage! The interior studio ZOOI designed it specifically for the customers of this apartment! The seat of this product on each side reaches almost a meter, which makes it particularly convenient and attractive to rest. The interior designers Paul Voytov and Maxim Doschinsky decided to call it Bird's Cage.
In the same style of this chair, the designers created also a bedside table for the master bedroom.
In the main bathroom the designers Paul Voytov and Maxim Doschinsky created sculptures with their own hands, patiently waiting for each fish to dry and look right! They also decorated it in white and azure, giving a special feeling of vivacity and a burst of energy!
Thanks to the right approach to the square, the apartment also easily accommodated a laundry.
To create Minimal Mine, two apartments were merged: one-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments.