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100 Design Projects: Moscow High-Rise by Marina Braginska

Located in the village of Molodoleno, near Moscow, today we have to present a stunning art-deco high-rise house design project by Marina Braginska, a well-known interior designer from Russia that was already featured in top Easter Europe magazines!

 

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Credits: Marina Braginska

 

The clients were expecting a house in a classic American style; however, Marina was not sure about it. When asking them about their film preferences and building references, she was able to truly understand the type of design they were looking for – Art Deco, which combined modern themes with fine craftsmanship and rich materials.

 

Credits: Marina Braginska
Credits: Marina Braginska

 

Although her studio offers versatility, Marina has her remarkable signature, which is possible to recognize through big bold paintings in the interior decoration, as well as in bright textiles and in the use of colour. The designer offered to decorate the house with a soft modern approach, always emphasizing the airiness of the space. The house has two main floors, a basement, and an attic. The first floor has a kitchen, the dining room,   two offices, and a guest bathroom, while on the second floor there is a bedroom, the children’s room, two bathrooms, and a dressing room.

 

Credits: Marina Braginska
Credits: Marina Braginska

 

The living room full of natural light gives special attention to its beautiful features and textures. Two inviting sofas around the centre table feel comfortable near a marble fireplace. In the dining room, the graceful lighting awakes the senses and offers a space to enjoy a delicious family meal.

 

Credits: Marina Braginska
Credits: Marina Braginska

 

Two sophisticated offices with strategically furnishing and inspiring art will, for sure, be a great space to work at home and increase creativity. It perfectly reflects the style of the house and promotes the inviting environment of the other house divisions. The bathroom area is small, but the designer visually enlarged it: she hung a huge mirror over the sink, and at the opposite side she trimmed the wall with glossy marble – they are gently reflected in each other.

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