The spacious interior of the Warsaw apartment, designed by the studio Plasterlina, is not overloaded with details: there are many departments and wardrobes hiding household items. Windows to the floor allow natural light to completely fill the apartment, requiring a minimum of artificial lighting. Of the bright details, only pillows and a striped carpet. They constitute the central space where the hosts and guests gather for meetings.
The wooden partition creates the impression of a divided space, in fact, it does not hide anything, and you can safely carry on a conversation between the kitchen and the main area in the living room.
The home office is separated from the living room with a wooden wall. When the TV is on the back side, it’s probably hard to concentrate, but what to do. One look to the right, and you see your own terrace with sun loungers … And your thoughts instantly lose the working thread.
The bedroom is made in a monochrome scale, and the decor behind the bed resembles a fancy origami, growing more and more until it finally fills the entire wall.
All vital things and wardrobe hides an unusual closet with moving doors.