Our works Apartments in Vienna

This was our third project for a regular customer, so it was especially easy to implement.

The apartment is located in a 19th century house in the very center of Vienna in the Museum Quarter. House with spacious arches, large classic windows. The architecture and spirit of the museums influenced the construction of the interior space by our team.

The apartment belongs to a Russian contemporary art collector.

The placement of part of his collection was foreseen in the design project in advance. Art determined the style of the apartment, furniture and additional accessories.

The names of furniture factories, which were used in the project, speak for themselves. The MOROSO Big Easy armchair by Ron Arad is both functional and aesthetic part of the living room. In this project, it is complemented by a luxurious Caadre mirror designed by Philippe Starck from the FIAM factory and Wall & Deco wallpaper made by special order - a replica of V. Koshlyakov's painting, the original of which is placed on the central wall at the entrance. And so throughout the space. We intertwined and linked all the elements and art.


 Factories were used in the project; KENZO, MOROSO, WALL & DECO, FLOS, ANTONELLO, CASSINA, FIAM, PORRO, XAM, ALIVAR, GARDECO, Authentic Models, VismaraDesign, BrunoPiombini, GAN, BOLON, CC-Tapis, Karman, Novamobili.


 Ilya Kabakov

Valery Koshlyakov

Vinogradov & Dubossarsky

Alexander Sigutin

Boris Smelov

Art group Recycle

Herbert Brandl

Dmitry Gutov

Vitaly Pushnikiy


Interior architect: Oleg Bozotov

Decoration: Inara Liepina