Apartment, Nizhny Novgorod

This incredible villa extends over 300 square meters in the centre of Nizhny Novgorod, one of the five largest cities in Russia; and it’s filled with favourites from Walter Knoll.

An art-filled maisonette: pared-back design, unique lights and works by Russian artists surround Walter Knoll furniture in a spacious apartment.
Apartment, Nizhny Novgorod

Walter Knoll projects extend around the globe. In the centre of Nizhny Novgorod, one of the five largest cities in Russia an art-filled villa boast an enviable collection of Walter Knoll. In the modern living room the Grand Suite Sofa and Healey Soft Chair create a calm, cosy atmosphere. Simple grey and brown tones are accented with pops of jewel toned pillows, the Kina Rug from the Legends of Carpets collection, and the shimmering artistic work of Olga Shagina. These abstract oil paintings are visual highlights of the living room, alongside the Oota Coffee Table, wooden sculptures by Zlata Kornilova, and nature-inspired ceramics by Svetlana Levadnaja.

Apartment, Nizhny Novgorod

The interiors throughout the house are shaped by timeless furniture, which perfectly complements the contemporary works of art. The Jaan Living sofa in light grey and the delicate Oota Coffee Table lend the lounge calm and clarity.

In the centre of Nizhny Novgorod, one of the five largest cities in Russia an art-filled villa boast an enviable collection of Walter Knoll.

The Jaan Bed is the focal point of the light-filled bedroom. The Vladi table and elegant Bao and Rumi armchairs complete the minimal interior design dominated by shades of grey. In the working areas, our Lox and Leadchair Executive chairs, together with the Exec-V Desk, provide comfortable places to sit. In the kitchen, Saddle Bar Stools in dark red are lined up around the simple kitchen island to understated effect.

Apartment, Nizhny Novgorod

Walter Knoll’s classic Vostra armchairs in light yellow and blue bring accent colour into the children's rooms, exuding timelessness and dynamism. In the artfully illuminated hallway, Seating Stone stools welcome the residents, bringing both linear design and cosiness into this exclusive Volga city residence.

Project: Apartment in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Architects: Marina Tumanina and Sergey Tumanin, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Photographer: Vasily Bulanov, Moscow, Russia

Apartment, Nizhny Novgorod