The interior of the penthouse in the house on Teatralnaya street in Moscow was designed by Vadim MALTSEV. Kitchen, dining room, living room and three bedrooms are located on two floors of the penthouse.

The design of the living room is a mix of Japanese aesthetics and Art Deco. Japanese minimalism is reflected in lines, natural light and a palette of white, grey shades with black details.

Elements of Art Deco is everywhere. The fireplace is made in baked ceramics and black lacquer. The main element — a spectacular spiral staircase-continues the image of the whole room. The bureau has created a timeless interior balancing tradition and modernity.

Beauty and technology are in the interior of the kitchen. The facades of the kitchen are made in a finish reminiscent of silk, and the countertop and framing are made of coal-coloured ceramics. The wall is complemented by a stone mural made on a 3D printer.

Kitchen island was created with a built-in hood, a Palissander marble countertop and a metal frame, which gives a bright accent to the entire space.

The expressiveness of the hall creates bench Patrick Naggar, installation Alexander Calder, floor lamps Christian Liaigre

The design of the bedroom in a neutral palette, with soft, but at the same time strict features. Almost all the furniture by the Bureau — a spacious bed, a wardrobe made of tinted oak veneer and a decorative screen-panel painted in the technique of “Sumi-e — the ancient Japanese skill of ink drawing. The whole interior is based on a sense of composition and balance, giving a truly meditative feeling.

The comfort of the сabinet is in the delicacy and rarity of the decor Christian Liaigre, Herve van der Straeten, Bruno Moinard. What’s the secret? Objects have a quality and character.