Alexander and Anna entered the apartment on the embankment of the Griboedov Canal, inherited from their parents about three years ago. Both of them are architects by training, therefore all interior solutions, often spontaneous, belong to them. Sasha is engaged in the manufacture of wooden furniture: he made his own kitchen, chairs, tables and lamps for the apartment. Homeowners also produce interior items for sale. In the future, in order not to clutter up the living space, Anya and Sasha want to open their own showroom. In the meantime, they accept both friends and customers in their living room. Sometimes it happens that customers like those things that are part of their home environment. Usually, the owners without regret part with these items, putting in their place new ones. So the appearance of the apartment is constantly changing.
The apartment has two rooms and a kitchen, which is combined with the entrance hall. The owners are working in the living room, and in the second room they are resting. Repair in the room is still ongoing, and new parts are constantly appearing - they are brought from travel. Hooks, for example, from Norway, and flashlights - from Vietnam.
Oak kitchen - the first thing that appeared in the apartment. Sasha made it with his own hands, as well as a table, a lamp and chairs. On the windowsill are seals and handmade dolls by Ani.
An antique table was accidentally bought at a grocery store nearby. They saw how the workers sawed on it boards for a new vegetable shop, and could not resist. The upside down sideboard serves as a shoe box, and as decorations - paper mock-ups, animal masks and a coffee table in the shape of a bear made by Sasha, and a bicycle seat on the receiver, which a friend brought from India. Alexander designed and assembled the large black desktop Alexander.
They tried not to clutter up the small bedroom. Found a bedside table in the garbage, and Sasha received a picture as a gift from Ani for his birthday.
A collection of robots from around the world was exhibited in the bathroom. Many of them were found in flea markets or brought by friends.