Alexander Brodsky, an avant garde Russian Architect, transformed two interior spaces via light and darkness.
Effective spaces... but rather small.
Weren't in a completely serious mood that day, with a casual cat bed joke here and there. But then again is avant garde architecture meant to be taken seriously?
If you visit be aware of the man watching you in the dark room. It can be quite a shock, when out of the darkness comes a voice 'are those photos for personal use?' yikes!