The designer Elena Kharlamova, together with the Arch. Maria Trofimova, have transformed the apartment of a historic Moscow building from 1901, along Boulevard Ring, designed by the master of eclecticism Roman Klein. Combining classic and modern elements, they satisfied the owners’ desire to match the interiors with the historic and monumental character of the facade. Barovier&Toso illuminates most of the rooms. The Fanali Veneziani suspension collection recurs in the corridor and bedroom, paying homage to the traditional lanterns used in Venice to shed light on the calli. In the studio, the Valiant chandelier brings a sober elegance, defined by a 1920s design, while the dining area is softly lit by the Vermont chandelier, which takes up the light/dark color contrast of the chairs and the fireplace.
PROJECT: TroDesign, Harlamova Elena
PHOTO: Michail Stepanov
REFERENCES: Vermont chandelier, Fanali Veneziani suspensions, Valiant chandelier