The Incredible Cameo Moscow Villas by Roman Plyus
With unique architecture, Cameo Moscow Villas is an oasis of country life located in the center of one of the most urbanized cities in the world.
Designed by Roman Plyus, the interior contains ceilings that reach 4 meters high and lush windows made with gold accents. In addition to the art décor, Cameo has combinations of collectible items from legendary designers of the 20th century creating a dream space for anyone who was there.
Living Room’s Interior at Cameo Moscow Villas by Roman Plyus
The interior has the style of the mid-modern century, full of light and calm. The white and beige palette function as a visual gradient and highlight the breadth of the space. The idea of arches arising from architecture, is repeated several times in the interior. Making all the items in the interior related at somehow.
Starting with the famous Sculpture Mobile, by Alexander Calder, which flows smoothly in similar patterns in the art of the artist Kitty Sabatier. In continuity, Vladimir Kagan’s curved sofa transforms ornate lines into shapes and brings it to a three-dimensional space.
This sofa, in turn, is supported with two chairs by Oscar Niemeyer whose metallic structure refers perfectly to the arches of the windows. In this way, a harmonious space was created where each element is in its place, and yet interconnected by its concepts.
Unity is the keyword of this project for which Roman Plyus created an exclusive floor lamp design called “Unity”. The designer had the idea of this lamp during self-isolation, after feeling the loss of physical contact with people close to him. Therefore, the lamps represent two people approaching.
Bedroom’s Interior at Cameo Moscow Villas
The apartment’s master bedroom, located on the second floor, is just the opposite of the bright living room. Built on strong contrasts of white and black in a raw and exciting way. However, maintaining the same logic of linear shapes and the interaction between items.
Repeating the technique used in the living room, it’s possible to see how the threads of the suspended chandelier, by Studio Drift, are supported by the art that slowly flows from the ceiling to the floor. Composing the pattern of the carpet and growing again on the bench made by WendellCastle.