Designed by Soma Architekci, this B,4 hundred-sq.-foot apartment is located in a housing facility shut by the Szczęśliwicki Park in Warsaw, Poland.
Description by Soma Architekci An preliminary projection of the condominium design was met with challenges ensuing from an inconvenient M-letter passageway with an prolonged corridor most important into the mattress room half, along with the request for an extra, fifth room. However, the architects managed to rearrange the prevailing development successfully and arrange a comfy, sensible plan that responds to the needs of future dwellers. The inside encompasses a cozy daytime area with a entrance room and kitchenette, a corridor with quite a few wardrobes and compartments, and A bedrooms and two loos. The design is based upon a light-weight-weight flooring of huge, whitened oak panels and the ever current whiteness of the partitions. This background is accompanied by custom-made furnishings and lamps attribute of design from the North, that features substantial portions of picket, straightforward brick tiles, and minimalist bulbs. The inside is softened by some darkish, graphic elements, along with picture frames, mirrors, and the metallic strains of the furnishings. The look is full by means of the ample delicate that enters the apartment from three sides, which the residents did not have to obscure, aside from main nighttime shades inside the bedrooms. Despite its stark white trend, the dwelling area has a comfy actually really feel and shows a warmth, inviting environment. Visit Soma Architekci