Massive beams and mirrored wardrobe: unusual apartment in Bratislava (67 sqm)

Today, we have the first-ever project from Brastislava in the history of our blog, and immediately what! The local studio, Kilo Honc, has turned an ordinary and unremarkable apartment in a 1950s house into a very interesting and unusual modern dwelling for a young family. Designers played on the contrast of different styles and techniques: here we see massive beams on the ceiling (rustic style), and concrete surfaces of minimalism, and a delicate pink sofa, and a cozy mini-library. To visually expand the space, the authors of the project used a mirrored wardrobe – indeed, the kitchen-living room thanks to this looks much more spacious. Great designer work!

See also: Attic apartment in a 100-year-old building in Amsterdam

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Anna Pufik is the founder and creative mind at blog. Anna specializes in interior design, together with her husband Sergiy they head the PH Studio design firm. She loves Scandinavian style and sophisticated timeless interiors. Follow Anna on Instagram.
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Comments: 5
  1. Мария

    Класс! Необычно как!

  2. ната

    Что-то не так с этим интерьером. Пытались что-то с чем-то подружить но не получилось.

  3. Вита

    Оооочень круто! Хочу там жить!!!!!

  4. Оксана

    Не могу отделаться от мысли, что ремонт не закончен.

  5. Слава

    Проснуться и увидеть бетонный потолок, и день сразу не задался:(

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