A two-level apartment with a view of the Kościuszko Mound in Krakow.
A two-level apartment with a view of the Kościuszko Mound in Krakow was created by joining two flats.
Thanks to the openness of the investors, architect Marta Pala-Szczerbak created a modern, aesthetic and comfortable space with very interesting solutions. Mannequin Black barstools were used in this timeless interior design. The interiors harmonize perfectly with the modern architecture of the building, and carefully selected high-quality finishing materials give a sense of exclusivity.
On the ground floor, in the living area, the designer smoothly combined the kitchen with the dining room and the living room, thus creating a transparent whole. Open space, subdued colors, simple forms and a limited number of furniture and decorative elements - give a sense of harmony, enticing a family of five to spend time together.
Bar stools for the kitchen and living room
The functional kitchen area with white fronts and geometric patterns on the floor tiles are perfectly complemented by the MannequinBar 01 Black bar stools. Chairs were placed around the island located on the route leading to the dining room and living room, making their selection not accidental. Convenience had to go hand in hand with design.
The ground floor is also the hosts' bedroom and bathroom, separated from the rest of the space by an openwork bookcase that also serves as a spacious bookcase and partition, creating a symbolic boundary.
Children's rooms are located on the first floor. Each of the rooms has separate access to the bathrooms, which gives great comfort of use. The leitmotifs of the bedrooms are wall murals with botanical patterns.
The architect managed to design a timeless apartment that over the years will not bow to temporary fashions.
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photo by Piotr Lipecki, text and styling: Michał Gulajski
MINIMOO is a studio based in Krakow, Poland, specializing in comprehensive interior design of private houses, apartments, small and large-scale flats as well as public utility premises. The owner of the studio is architect Marta Pala-Szczerbak, who in 2009 graduated from the Interior Design degree at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, Poland. The experience gained during my studies and later in professional work led to the creation in 2012 of the MINIMOO studio based in Krakow. Interior designs are carried out throughout the country and abroad, with the main area of operation being Krakow, Śląskie voivodship and Warsaw.
"We approach new design challenges with great enthusiasm, design gives us a lot of joy and we would like to infect our clients with our energy, so that the delivery of their investment projects is as comfortable and satisfactory as possible. We treat each topic very individually and unconventionally, adapting to the scale and budget of a given investment project." www.minimoo.pl