This minimalist apartment was designed by an architect, Vitaly Pavlenko, for a young woman who lives in the Belarusian capital, Minsk. The 130 square meter apartment has been optimized for a family of two, but with a children’s room. Thanks to the rather intricate outlines of the outer walls, the rooms are lined up on one side of the corridor. The unusual shape of the corridor walls and room partitions made it an original feature of the interior. Smooth lines that characterize this space created the illusion of a large and spacious living area. The dominant color is gray. The variety of colors makes all rooms different. An additional color has been added for each room. The living room and kitchen are decorated with red elements, the bedroom and bathroom – green, the children’s room and the small bathroom – orange. The apartment is mostly furnished with Italian and French furniture.