In this apartment the fantastic view of Moscow and art objects play the leading role. Behind each piece is a story and the interior is a modern interpretation of a cultural mix in design. The total value of this place with all art and furniture is no less than about 1 million dollars.
This Fifty Four Floor project was realised by the Russian design studio Vadim Maltsev Design & Decor and is located on the – as the name suggests – 54th floor of the Neva Tower in Moscow. You'll find Renaissance paintings, murals and masterpieces of world art. Designer Vadim Maltsev used informal colour combinations with deep shades to create a contemporary chic aesthetic. Maltsev knows better than anyone how to combine historical heritage with a modern interior. The works by masters such as Leonardo da Vinci and Sandro Botticelli fit perfectly into the lounge of this apartment. The focus in this space is not on these masterpieces though, but on the beautiful door with a bronze facade. The console table with elegant lines contrasts with the marble bench that refers to Greek mythology. The wall lamp by Vincenzo De Cotiss, as an ode to contemporary art, really completes the picture.
"A luxury apartment fullof art and with a breathtaking view of Moscow."
Not only is the view of Moscow impressive. You are immediately impressed by all the rooms and certainly by the dressing. Iridescent glass and mirror glass were used here, which creates a very beautiful atmosphere and a pearly effect. "For us, the wardrobe has become a symbol of the subconscious. Mirror surfaces create a magical corridor, a way into the world of creativity where artists find ideas for their work," explains Maltsev.
The bathroom, on the other hand, is in complete contrast to this colourful dressing, which is completely covered in white with warmer and with some black details here and there. The floor has a pattern reminiscent of a deck of cards and the marble walls are rounded, creating smooth, soft lines. There is also a Patrih by Ettore Sottsass floor lamp and elegant, artificial, botanical decoration of Agustina Bottoni in copper and brass.
The master bedroom has a quiet, calm atmosphere thanks to the collection of works by contemporary artists and art objects and the right choice of colours and materials. You will also find a work corner with a table by Christophe Delcourt and a Driade chair. The beautiful lounge sofa is by Maltsev. The guest room is certainly not inferior to the master bedroom. Antiques are combined with Modernism and minimalism with comfort. An artistic space where you can also relax.
"Maltsev knows better than anyone how to combine historical heritage with a modern interior."
The apartment is filled with exclusive, luxurious furniture and works of art. And if all that is not beautiful enough to look at, you still have the amazing view of the city. Vadim Maltsev created a contemporary, chic and functional design with bright details where comfort and tranquillity are central.