Object: Duplex Apartment
Location: Moscow, Khilkov lane.
Architect: Andrew Perlich
To realize this project we were required to produce a variety of technically sophisticated products from different materials solid wood, MDF, LVL, veneer, artificial stone, glass, mirrors, leather and others. Each object is a real piece of designing, engineering and production art.
The huge cabinet which fits into the kitchen was decorated with veneered American walnut, each facade veneer was placed in different directions. The desk was made of artificial stone staron and is curved with a sloping belt.
Next we see plywood wall panels on a frame, finished with walnut veneer, and panels with carved MDF, painted with enamel. Even the chandelier with a large pattern, repeating the pattern on the wall panels, was made in our company.
In the kitchen there is an tablewith a facade made of artificial stone in cascade; drawers and doors open upon light finger pressure. The three-dimensional complex bar is made of solid walnut, walnut veneer and tempered painted glass.
The headboard of the bed is made of natural stone, with built-in cabinets and cupboards. We can see an interesting cabinet under the sink, in the guest bathroom.
We produced hinged and sliding doors, including MDF carved on hidden hinges with Hafele locks and Olivari handles, also complex window sill frames made of artificial stone.