Haruki’s apartment by The Goort
Haruki’s apartment is an excellent project developed by the Ukrainian studio The Goort Bureau, more precisely by the designer Larissa Gusakova and the architect Alexander Gusakov. This one bedroom apartment has a total area of 35, 7 square meters and is located on the first floor of a two-story brick building, located in the historical city center of Mariupol, Ukraine. The old building, called “pre-revolutionary” has been once the city’s first newspaper printing, then it became a building for type apartments and in the recent years, a space for offices.
Haruki’s apartment by The Goort Reviewed by John walker on 9:07 AM Rating: