Russian designers continue proving that they aren’t worse at minimalist design than Japanese masters. This modern studio by Igor Sirotov is open-plan and with a flowing interior. The materials used are modern and bring minimalism: concrete, wood, marble and steel, while the color scheme is a little bit gloomy – white, gray and black. The furniture is also minimalist, without any patterns and bright colors – it continues the design making it harmonious. The minimal aesthetic is contrasted by dark grey tones and raw textures of concrete, and the only colorful object, designer Igor Sirotov’s signature rubber duck, is hiding somewhere – see if you can find it.