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Ithaka | Apartment in Yerevan

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9_Ithaka_Ap_in_Yerervan_MasterBedroomThe apartment with total area of 160 sq.m. is located in Yerevan and belongs to a young couple with a small child. The apartment consists of a living room combined with a dining area and a kitchen, a bedroom for the hosts with a spacious bathroom and a dressing room, bedrooms for the guests and the kid and a guest bathroom.

4_Ithaka_Ap_in_Yerervan_DiningRoomLarge windows on the wall of the living room and the dining area provide light into the space and create a bright atmosphere. Flooring of the living spaces is made of oak. Ceramic tiles are used for the floors in the rest of spaces.

3_Ithaka_Ap_in_Yerervan_LivingRoom The master bathroom is designed with use of small glass mosaics of blue color, which gives a feeling of freshness in the bathroom. Slabs of travertine stone are used for the walls of the guest bathroom.

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11_Ithaka_Ap_in_Yerervan_GuestBedroomAbout Us

ITHAKA – Architecture and Design” studio was founded in 1991.

For more than 20 years, the studio completed over 100 projects in Yerevan, various regions of Armenia, in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Anapa, Minsk, Cairo, Denver, etc.

For the first period the studio was mainly engaged in the restoration, construction and archaeological works in the Republic of Armenia. Since 2004 the company expanded the scope and field of its activities and was actively designing for private and commercial sectors, both in the Republic of Armenia and Russian Federation.

The works of the studio were presented in the sixteen specialized international exhibitions in five cities.

The studio was awarded with seven international prizes.

Location: Yerevan, Armenia
Designer(s): Telemak ANANYAN, Gohar ISAKHANYAN
Project Name: Apartment in Yerevan
Art Director: Telemak ANANYAN
Phothograph: Suren MANVELYAN
Design Year: 2012
 
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