Interior of the main entry hall of a residential complex with adjoining spaces
Today, residential complexes go beyond mere provision of living space for its residents in the form of private apartments. They contain vast public spaces complying with the highest demands in terms of space planning and time savings.
Therefore, an entry hall of a modern residential complex now minimally includes a daycare center for children, a co-working center with quiet environment, a driver's room and a stroller storage.
The overall interior design of the entry hall follows the architectural concept of the building itself with neat facade design. Taken together, the hall interior and the building exterior convey a general impression of the residential complex as a single conceptual and aesthetic entity.