The design of this studio apartment arises from the customer’s request to have a very flexible space that could accommodate different needs: comfortable for working, business meetings, relax, b&b and pied-à-terre.
There are 2 bathrooms, studio and a bedroom. Kitchen is mounted in a wall, so there is enough space in a living room. Thanks to that we were able to put a dining table for taking food and cooking.
The challenge, to redesign a 39 sqm flat in the suburbs of the polish capital (Warsaw), this project as the first of the practice outside México.
This small but spacious studio apartment was designed especially for rent. The main objectives of the project – low budget and easily restored finishing materials and furniture.
This 33 SQM flat has 3 different levels including entry level, kitchen level and bedroom level. The main feature is the floor to ceiling shelving consists kitchen cabinet, bookshelves and wardrobe. The long stairs is an extra sitting and a laid back area for this micro flat.
Our task was clear at the first sight, we needed to keep the soul of the space, while building a retreat for the creative mind. The disused laundry at the top of a 19th century mestansky dum had it all. In the very heart of the Prague’s Jewish quarters, hidden in the attic, five stories above the havoc of the Old Town.