A touch of New York and Paris combined with a Russian soul are the main attributes of this beautifully designed penthouse
Enveloped in exceptional natural materials, and dotted with high-end furniture brands and crystal chandeliers of unbelievable appeal, this opulent three-floor penthouse apartment is situated in one of the top residential complexes in Russia.
Known as Dominion, this grand project by Bureau 186 is right beside one of Stalin’s high-rises, the Moscow State University building, offering a remarkable picturesque view of the city.
The perfectly cosy family haven has an open green terrace. The interiors embody opulence with built-in lacquered furniture in rich black finish throughout the living room that adds delicate rigour. The working room is upholstered with noble plaid wool, whilst black lacquered furniture repeats the living room’s ambiance.
Despite its humble size, the dining room features a large chandelier helping to achieve a classical mood. The master bathroom’s design is based on a detailed decorative touch; from massive onyx camellia flowers on white marble to the natural pearlescent mosaic of the shower wall. Golden accessories and taps with crystal decorative parts add outstanding contrast and expressiveness to the room.
For the home cinema room, the combination of the lacquered surface with the structure of the wood and the velvet upholstery create a beautiful contrast, whilst achieving the required level of sound insulation. As attention to detail was the main focus of this project, Bureau 186 exceeded every expectation, from the room’s positioning to the placement of the cocktail tables.