The Achromatic Palace

  • February 8, 2013
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It’s been a while since I’ve seen a mind blowing apartment. I’ve seen some amazing cars, some unreal clothing, and definitely some awesome videos. But in all honesty, a lot of ‘new build’ real estate was starting to bore me. There is only so much innovation that can be had by changing the colour of the countertops and the fruit bowl that sits on the bar. But low and behold, I found this little piece of crude-cut magic.

Igor Sirotov is the mastermind genius behind this one-of-a-kind studio space. It looks purposefully designed while somehow still seeming as if it was carved out of a spelunkers wet dream. The furniture blends in so well it almost seems as it it grew out of the ground it sits on. But the centerpiece of the entire suite for me, is the exquisitely marbled washroom. The texture is so fresh it looks wet, and so thick it could be mistaken for creamy gelato.

If you haven’t noticed by now, the colour scheme in this studio is very achromatic. But because it has been done so tastefully, you barely even notice the lack of colour. However, Igor does have a sense of humor, and has placed a single coloured object in the apartment somewhere. Can you find it?

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