Location: M. Tamarashvili St., Tbilisi, Georgia
Area: 105 m2
Photographs: Guram Kapanadze
From the architects:
“The ‘Tamarashvili’ apartment is located in a densely built area of Tbilisi within a residential complex built a few years ago. It offers an impressive view of the old Hippodrome, where the contours of the ridge and the green tones of the landscape bring different character and light to the interior.
The front door opens into a corridor. Off the corridor, the dining and living spaces are integrated with a staggered kitchen. Dark oak parquet is used on the floor. To counterbalance the blue of the kitchen, light blue walls were chosen for the living room, and natural oak for the connecting built-in shelving. The sofa is gray with side tables in different sizes and textures to complement the color scheme. The centre piece of the living space is a black dining table with dark colored chairs. The master bedroom has dreamy blue walls with a wooden bed and wooden side tables. The glass doored wardrobe and the minimalist lamps are lightly accented in this darker colored interior. The guest bedroom has light-colored walls with a black iron bed. The character of the room is enhanced by a variety of decorative elements.
The natural textures used in the interior enable modern living to find a tranquil balance with the crowded busyness of the city centre. The rooms are full of plants and decorative pieces the owner has collected over the years which have make the apartment even more cozy and interesting.”
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