Estate at the outskirts of Moscow
Best Implemented Interior Design Project Using Works of Art
About the project
Initially, this reconstruction project implied minor modifications and finishing, but in the end it resulted in a major readjustment and substantial architectural changes both outside and inside. Furnishing and materials were brought from throughout the world – vintage English furniture, French chandeliers and tapestries, American sofas, and fireplaces from St. Petersburg.
The same can be said about artwork: Venetian Giuseppe Borsato’s painting for Teatro La Fenice from a London-based gallery, a unique Japanese screen from Тefaf in Maastricht, a rare piece by Ivan Vladimirov found in a private collection in Moscow, a porcelain flower from New York that was exhibited in the Hermitage at Vladimir Kanevsky’s personal exhibition, Louise Landré’s pictures and Japanese engravings from Kirill Danelia’s gallery.
The Moscow Region, Russia
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Applicant and authors of the project
Gulia Galeeva Interiors, Gulia Galeeva, designer