Designed by Soma Architekci, this 1,four hundred-sq.-foot house is situated in a housing facility close by the Szczęśliwicki Park in Warsaw, Poland.
Description by Soma Architekci An preliminary projection of the condominium design was met with challenges as a consequence of an inconvenient C-letter passageway with an extended hall main into the bed room part, in addition to the request for a further, fifth room. Nevertheless, the architects managed to rearrange the prevailing construction effectively and set up a cushty, practical plan that responds to the wants of future dwellers. The inside features a cozy daytime space with a front room and kitchenette, a hall with numerous wardrobes and compartments, and 4 bedrooms and two loos. The design is predicated upon a light-weight flooring of large, whitened oak panels and the ever present whiteness of the partitions. This background is accompanied by customized furnishings and lamps attribute of design from the North, that includes substantial quantities of wooden, easy brick tiles, and minimalist bulbs. The inside is softened by some darkish, graphic parts, together with image frames, mirrors, and the metal strains of the furnishings. The look is full by means of the ample mild that enters the condominium from three sides, which the residents didn’t need to obscure, apart from primary nighttime shades within the bedrooms. Regardless of its stark white type, the dwelling space has a cushty really feel and displays a heat, inviting atmosphere. Go to Soma Architekci