Polish designer, architect Karol Cieplinski, is the master behind this amazing creation we’ll write about today. Located in Krakow, Poland, this flat features a mix between both cosy Scandinavian and raw industrial designs, with exposed brick walls highlighted.
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Owned by a young lady and her pet – a lovely black cat – the original flat’s layout didn’t reflect her own personality and didn’t provide enough space for her lifestyle.
She needed a comfy environment to work, play with her cat and host guests sometimes. In terms of style, the owner wanted the new flat to be a Scandinavian-inspired space that felt like home.
As so, all the interior walls were demolished and rebuilt. The original three bedroom flat was transformed into a two large bedroom flat, featuring now a blended office bedroom, a suite and a closet, too.
In order to bring some resemblance from the owner’s hometown, the designing team searched for bricks from an old house near the owner’s family home in the north of Poland and oak wood to pave the floor and make the dining table.
There is no evident living area in the flat. A cosy little corner with a comfortable looking sofa serves as the living area in conjunction to the open plan kitchen and dining. It’s perfect for a single occupant and can easily accommodate guests, as well.
Present all over the flat, the exposed brick walls were left in their raw look in the common areas and painted in white in the private ones to make their atmosphere lighter and calmer. The designers explained that they wanted to create a continuity in design and having a brick wall in every segment of the house helped them achieving that.
Like the dining room with the oak wooden dining table, the bedroom also features a connecting oak wood element in the custom headboard.
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Being a home working person, the owner required a dedicated home office. But there was also the need to have a guest bedroom as she often hosted guests overnight. The newly built room serves both purposes. There is a lot of natural light in the room which makes it ideal for work and also a sofa-bed and storage space that allow anyone to sleep there.
The guests’ bathroom makes a statement in the entire design. It acts as a surprise element that breaks away with the flat’s main aesthetic. Traditional mosaics can be spotted in the shower zone. The black wall and floor tiles with rugged finish add a unique touch.
DelightFULL‘s table lamp Marcus in nickel plated brass and marble base. If you, like this young lady, have your office blended with an industrial style bedroom, Marcus is the perfect lamp for your desk. With its perforated pattern, it brings balance between sleek minimalism and the industrial design.
Content source: www.nonagon.style | Photography by Bartlomiej Senkowski for Blackhaus Karol Cieplinski Architekt and DelightFULL
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