The interior, designed by Magda Sipak, is dominated by wood in a warm honey shade.
A cozy terraced apartment on the outskirts of Poznań, was originally divided into an open living area on the first floor and three bedrooms on the first floor. Due to the small area of the individual rooms, architect Magda Sipak, decided to combine 2 small rooms so that a comfortable and spacious night area was created.
In the design assumptions, the most important thing turned out to be the creation of an open space, with materials meandering between individual rooms, so the bedroom was separated from the corridor by a glass wall. At the same time it illuminates the dark corridor and staircase.
The custom-made furniture is dominated by a noble oak veneer finish. The natural material harmonizes with black steel elements such as the handles, the profiles of the glass wall and the balustrade connecting the first floor with the ceiling on the first floor. The intense color of the wood was repeatedin the chairs and upholsteredhockers, and accents of strong green were added to the whole.
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