Russian designers are being with fashion and the latest trends, and this apartment in Moscow proves it. Designer Alexander Akinkyn transformed a space built in the mid-90s into this 13 Fox Masques Apartment. It’s a mix of styles, colors and textures; the main place is a living room with tall ceilings, invaded by light from generously-sized windows. Besides an interesting wall décor, a curious giant chandelier, there are two interesting chairs in the shape of two large human face mask chairs in bright orange to dynamize the interior. The kitchen is more traditional, with dark furniture, and so are the bedroom and dining room which have traditional furniture and colorful accents. What do you think of such a combination?