Apartment for long-term rent in Moscow. In this project, I wanted to let as much daylight into the room as possible, so glass walls appeared in it. For the wall in the bathroom, we used old Soviet-era glass blocks the beautiful color of the bottle glass from nostalgic childish soda Duchesse. The house in which this apartment is located originally grew to the neighboring one, so once the window openings turned into arches, and the usable area was used in different ways at different times. During the projecting, we decided to adapt half of the space for an study (pictured is a stool waiting for a table) and a dressing room. We also decided to release daylight into the dressing room, so this small wall also became glass. The bedroom appears in a niche and is highlighted by a coloured portal.