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Modern Scandinavian Style Flat for a Young Couple

Modern Scandinavian Style Flat for a Young Couple / Raca Architekci

Architects: Raca Architekci ( Marta Raca )
Project: Modern Scandinavian Style Flat
Location: Gdańsk, Poland
Area: 70 sqm
Photography: Fotomohito

From the architect: Mateusz and Martyna are a young, happy couple. They came to our studio with their vision of the apartment. Martyna in love with the Scandinavian style wanted a flat in white and gray, while Mateusz wanted more modern but warm. We decided to try to combine their requirements in one project.

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