29 Square Meter Apartment In Poland
3XA Architects redesigned a 312 square foot (29 square meter) apartment in Poland to make it more spacious. Another goal was to create an independent bedroom. Since there wasn’t much space verticallyas the architects decided to create a semi-mezzanine tucked away bedroom.
29 Square Meter Apartment
The tiny apartment is designed in black and white with other neutrals balancing out the look and a plywood staircase that leads to the mezzanine level bedroom as well as providing storage for books and other such things.
The living area faces the eat-in kitchen, which makes for a convenient zone for resting, cooking and socializing. The block that divides the living area from the hallway includes a bathroom while the blind door creates an illusion of more space in a single room apartment.
We love that the apartment isn’t simply black and white. The neutral elements add warmth to the interior while a yellow chair makes for an unexpected bright accent.
The kitchen is rather small but it features a wall of storage while the narrow table provides an eating place for two as well as echoes the staircase.
The rhomb black and white tiles in the hallway add a nice detail to the interior echoing other black accents in the room like the black throw pillows on the sofa and the pendant lights in the kitchen. The table at the side of the sofa makes for a nice working area.
This renovation has turned a single room apartment with virtually no space into a modern urban dwelling set up for a comfortable life. There is a beautiful clean kitchen and a separate private bedroom. There is even a home office that is well illuminated thanks to the big window on the opposite side.
Every inch of space is used effectively starting from the staircase to the vertical space. What do you think about this aparment design?
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