In Poland, Atelier Starzak Strebicki transformed a 1950s apartment into colorful contemporary accommodation. Visit.
Located in a building dating from the 1950s, the 55 square meter Jacko II apartment is the result of the combination of two small apartments. Thanks to the intervention of the architects of Atelier Starzak Strebicki, the new space is now bright and open.
The Jacko II apartment is given as an open space, pop and warm. It is characterized by a multifunctional wall furniture that defines its spatial organization while length. Functional and colorful rooms - an entrance, a living room, a kitchen, a bedroom, a bathroom - follow one another in a row in this apartment redesigned for a couple without children. The kitchen, with its pastel-colored cupboards and white tiling, opens onto the living room which serves as a living room and a dining room. In the bathroom, we find this alternation of colored storage and white tiles. In the bedroom, the architects designed a very practical cupboard system and a sliding door to open the room or create privacy. In addition to being cleverly arranged, the apartment, with six windows, is bathed in light throughout the day.
Atelier Starzak Strebicki signs a bright and functional cocoon.
To learn more, visit Atelier Starzak Strebicki website.
Visuals: © Danil Daneliuk