Russian industrial and interior designer Vlad Mishin transformed a 60 square meters apartment into a multitasking studio thanks to a sculptural structure that defines borders, function and purpose of each room.
Made with black metal framework and plywood blocks, the structure moves lengthwise across the flat separating a main living area from the bedroom and an hidden kitchen. The wooden boxes’ technical features characterize a sharp geometrical shape combining aesthetics with functionality.
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Three block-panels ron across the main living area and the bedroom. The larger one hosts a TV with several shelves and rotates on its axis allowing to watch tv from differen places. The other two panels can fold aside creating a passage from one room to the other.
Kitchen equipment and the refrigerator are hidden in a niche behind a hinged partition wall which slides apart. A dicreet bathroom door complete the separating structure that works like a wall.
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Vlad Mishin is a young Russian industrial and interior designer. Graduated from Tula State University, industrial design department, he started his career in 2003. vladmishin.com – Photos: Courtesy of Vlad Mishin