Luxury chandelier Polaris

Private flat

Moscow

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The entrance and public areas of this flat have the air of a world celebrity such as Philippe Stark, the project is design by YOO inspired by Stark. The design of this flat on the 26th floor of the building, located in the Dykhanie residential complex in Moscow, is by architect Olga Litvinova.

Originally, the space was free of partitions, with windows on two sides overlooking the beautiful view of Moscow and the Ostankino TV tower. It was intended to accommodate a family of two people, a mother and an adult daughter, and provide a common space as well as a personal area for both.

Starting with a layout created from scratch, incorporating the supporting pillar into the overall project concept, a large rectangular hall, private rooms, a common area with living room and kitchen, and a loggia with panoramic windows took shape.

On the furniture side, a more neutral range of tones in the wall and floor decorations is accompanied by a stronger choice of colour for furniture, accessories and chandeliers. Sofas and cushions in yellow and green fabrics match the natural stone used for the bar and the podium with integrated bio-fireplace. Sima Branković’s wall paintings also match the colour of the interior. All the furniture has been chosen from well-known Italian manufacturers, and there are many designer objects such as those by Rodolfo Dordoni and works by the famous Patricia Urquiola.

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luxury chandelier

A series of transparent glass listels of varying lengths, with a wavy edge that recalls crystallised water forms like ice stalactites.

The kitchen is also Italian, as is the unusual and evocative ceiling light chosen to illuminate it. Polaris by Multiforme is a work of light in artistic glass that fits perfectly into the rectangular shape of the counter with stools underneath. It consists of a series of transparent glass listels of varying lengths, with a wavy edge that recalls crystallised water forms like ice stalactites. These 150 glass listels are attached to the brushed nickel structure with almost invisible hooks.

The uniqueness of this work of light lies not only in the aesthetic and craftsmanship quality of the glass pieces positioned at a certain distance and at various heights, but also in the care and quality of the metal components, and in the design aimed at simplifying the assembly and maintenance processes.

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