Nido adds pale wood and stone furnishings to compact Moscow apartment

Russian studio Nido mixed different volumes and neutral sandy colours to add depth to this minimalist apartment in Moscow.

Located in the centre of the Russian capital where apartments are notoriously small, the 111-square-metre apartment – called RS_D – features creative solutions to maximise space.

The RS_D apartment is a single-storey home in the middle of Moscow

The studio aimed to create a multi-functional and “convenient” home that would include both private and more social open-plan areas.

“The assessment of all possible life scenarios and the creation of a convenient structure and floor plan were the primary points of the

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