Life around continues to publish sketches of its employees and friends, united in the "Club of draftsmen." Among them are both professional illustrators and just those who love and learn to draw. This time, a tax consultant, journalist and Portuguese artist joined the Draftsmen’s Club, and they drew Moscow trams.Read More
Alpina Publisher publishes a book of two business consultants about when you don’t need to strain and try to manage everything in order to achieve the goal, but rather, give up sudden movements and look around. Life around publishes an excerpt about when you need not to respond to events.Read More
Previously, Andrei Trubnikov came to all interviews with a decent size toad on his chest. The amulets and money were kept in a leather bag. Now the claw of a bear took the place of the frog - a shaman from Tuva brought it to Trubnikov. Interest in Tuva did not stop there, Trubnikov met with the head of the republic, launched the Tuva Siberica line and is planning to make a yak milk farm in the region.Read More
The fashion for downshifting remained in the middle of the zero, emigration from Russia, despite all the restrictions, has not yet become mass, but more and more people choose remote work every year. It’s expensive to live in Moscow, but it’s good to make money, and with the development of technology, a live presence is no longer necessary, and now it concerns not only IT people who spend all their time online.Read More
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Photos by Dima Tsyrenshchikov Evgenia recently moved into her own two-room apartment on Victory Park. For the relatively short period that was undergoing repairs (seven months), the premises were completely converted for the needs of the girl. The author of the project - Alexey Ivanov, architect and art director of Lineout Design studio - left only the hallway untouched.
One bedroom apartment for rent next to the W Hotel. Former communal apartment located right in the courtyard behind the W St. Petersburg. The owners immediately saw in it a potential alternative to the large five-star hotel room. High ceilings, large 2.2 by 2.2 meter windows, American style and impressive bathroom.
The landlady of this apartment in an old brick five-story building in the Timiryazevskaya district has been living here since childhood: she moved here from her communal apartment on Kurskaya in the early 60's with her parents. Both the house and the area during this time became family - there was no question of selling an apartment and moving to another place. Designers Katya Svanidze and Katya Lyubarskaya told Life around how they turned an ordinary Khrushchev into a fashionable and comfortable space, focusing on natural materials, rich colors and Soviet furniture.
Area 99 square meters Maximum ceiling height 3.8 meters Rooms three Floor six The attic apartment on Kamennoostrovsky Prospect intrigued its current owners even at the stage of a quick search on the Internet: an unexpected and rare option is the former artist’s workshop on the top floor of one of the most striking houses of the Petrograd side .