A Former Equipment Room Is Converted into a Penthouse Apartment in Kiev

08.06.18 | By
A Former Equipment Room Is Converted into a Penthouse Apartment in Kiev
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Located in Kiev, Ukraine, the P.26 Apartment was once an equipment room before the saw its potential. The interior boasted high ceilings, some up to 6-meters (almost 20-feet) high and some sloped, which made for a visually stunning interior full of natural light.

The apartment is lucky to have 180-degree views through the windows, so the layout was carefully considered to maximize the views of the surrounding city.

The public living spaces were placed along the exterior with its window-filled walls keeping these areas bright.

The kitchen and dining room visually lead into the master bedroom through a sloped wall of framed windows.

There’s even a DJ stand so I hope they’re having parties!

The kitchen resides under lower ceilings but the space benefits from the stainless steel surfaces that reflect the light.

The master bedroom carries right into the light-filled master bath, which is only separated by a curtain.

The second bedroom is at the opposite end of the apartment for maximum privacy.

Photography by Andrey Bezuglov.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.