An apartment in Warsaw’s Powiśle, located in a modernist tenement house, is an urban oasis belonging to a young, creative couple. Modernism was the first reference reached by designers from Paradowski Studio. And so, throughout the apartment, modernist simplicity is intertwined with strong accents of the second half of the 20th century – not only with intense colors, but also with round and sharp shapes or variety of structures. The classic base has been preserved in the form of refreshed parquet floors, original doors or traditional porcelain electrical fittings.
The entry zone is a nod to minimalist maximalism. Green color dominated the space and spilled over the rounded shapes of the walls, ceiling and wardrobes with curved door fronts. Ceiling niches are fitted with pleated Le Klint lamps. The wide passage to the living room is bordered by dark marble portals with multi-colored wavy veins.
Photography by Pion Studio