White Cassete

A marriage of time and space

Immersed in Japanese 1970s architecture, the White Cassette is an apartment located right on Moscow’s doorstep. The creative side is down to Maxim Kashin Architects, who designed a place of heavenly white, along with transparent elements and elegant smooth stone. Of a functional nature, the 42 m² include living and dining rooms, a kitchen, a bedroom with a wardrobe, a bathroom, storage space and a laundry room. Hiding the trivial, the apartment only reveals what is beautiful and practical. With no noise piercing the field of vision, the view is close to perfect. The two panoramic windows also provide a balance between the negative temperatures outside and the pleasant atmosphere inside. A true haven from the hustle and bustle of the city, where the interior and exterior come together to offer an irresistible living experience.
Joana Rebelo
T. Joana Rebelo
P. Dmitry Chebanenko


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