Year: 2016

Area: 75 m²

Apartment design in Warsaw’s Powiśle. Designed to create an elegant, coherent space. Design work began with changing the functional layout. The entrance area was opened to the rest of the apartment – it was decided to use an openwork screen on the entrance door and build a wall that would visually separate this space from the living room area without artificially separating it. The designers wanted spacious interiors that were as functional and comfortable as possible for the future resident. The irregular shape of the apartment and the lack of right angles in the living room posed a challenge to proper function planning. One of the tasks was to design a large kitchen with an island and a separate dining room, as well as a spacious living room with a corner sofa. The chimney located next to the kitchen island covers the entrance to the guest toilet, which also has a washing machine with a dryer. A corridor finished with glass leads to the corner bedroom and study. The rooms were finished in a manner consistent with the rest of the apartment. The bedroom is equipped with a large bed and a reading space, and the wall finished with veneer is entirely a dressing room.

The office is a room intended for work, with a small sofa for guests. When the doors are opened, the rooms are an integral part of the apartment thanks to the use of doors high to the ceiling – without an upper beam. Next to it there is the main bathroom finished with 160x320cm boards, thanks to which each wall is made entirely of one format without additional divisions. Details of the brushed steel faucet and the washbasin with a linear drain give the space a very minimalist character. According to the investor’s requirements, the apartment was to be very elegant and minimalist. The architects chose bright colors and high-quality finishing materials. The floors are finished with white lacquered oak boards and white conglomerate slabs. The walls are covered with veneer, white lacquered glass and architectural concrete. The whole is complemented by Italian furniture and minimalist lamps.