MOON NIGHT project

The Moon Night project was implemented at Global Design (BATIMAT Russia), the international architecture and interior design exhibition which took place in Moscow in March 2020.


Photo by: Sergey Ananiev


Moon Night is a minimalistic and elegant, yet cozy and homely interior designed in a deep dark color palette. The project’s main idea is to accentuate the key element of home – a spacious living room. The ‘heart’ of any apartment, the living room is the place where owners, whether a single person or a large family, spend most of their time gathering friends and guests.

The centerpiece of the living room is a laconic moon-shaped lamp, which illuminates the space with soft diffused light. A scattering of spotlights just like a million stars turns the ceiling into a beautiful night sky, whilst a large blue velvet sofa brings in a mysterious haze in the moonlight.

Regardless of the apartment layout, there is always a master bedroom next to the living room. And our project is no exception: extending the living room area, the parents’ bedroom is still a hidden, secluded space under the light of a small moon.

The natural materials of the finishing, such as wood, concrete, metal and microcement, add geometry and structure to this minimalistic space, while softening it with a plethora of textures.

Bizarre shapes of tree trunks complement the walls. Like a forest glade on a moonlit night, they enliven the interior and create a truly enigmatic, fairytale-like atmosphere.