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Lavish apartment design in Warsaw, Poland

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Polish architectural practice, Hola Design, have completed the refurbishment of this trendy apartment. Completed in 2012, the contemporary apartment can be found in Warsaw, Poland.

According to the designers, Monika and Adam Bronikowscy: “The apartment islocated next to one of the main park’s in Warsaw. The main challenge for us was to separate additional rooms without losing impression of spatiality and reconcile variety of materials, which the investors love.

“The owners wanted to have a diverse apartment. The only think they disliked was ‘white and dull’, in their opinion. What they liked was nature, connection of wide range of high quality materials but materials which are not very common in interior design. They wanted stone and wood but no marble, travertine and granite and no exotic wood. We created an apartment in which every wall was designed. Painted walls are only behind curtains. In the corridor on one side you can find upholstered panels with copper brackets. On the other side of this corridor on walls we gave black glass with 3D laminated picture of trees. Full high doors are in black polished lacquer. On the bottom of these doors there is night linear LED lighting. Copper appears also as a frame for over 300 cm high mirror in the entrance hall.

“In the entrance hall there are also bended veneered doors which are smoothly continued with bended veneered panels on wall. We’ve used modified oak veneer on walls and custom made furniture. Floors are covered with stained oak and natural basalt stone.

“In the middle of the living room there is a low wall hand made by a Polish mason. The whole kitchen island (top and front panels) were also made from the same stone. The main wall in the living room is covered with huge concrete plates.

“How to relax and feel nature – lie down on the chaise just under the real tree watching a calm, real fire in bio fireplace . The tree was a leitmotif for the interior of this apartment. This motif you can find also in the main bathroom on walls in the shower area and above the bathtub. On walls in this bathroom you can also find Antalya Cream stone which finishes (corrugated) was also hand made by the mason.

“There are also two children’s bedrooms in the apartment. One for the small princess who loves Disney and second one for  an unborn child (hope this new baby will love teddy bears!).

Images courtesy of Dariusz Majgier

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Assif is a luxury travel and design aficionado currently working as a BBC content producer. He holds an MA in journalism from the University of Leeds. He is partial to tea and cake - Yorkshire Tea Gold Blend please. His favourite trips include island hopping in the Seychelles, a mountain escape in Kashmir and getting lost in Hong Kong.

Assif is the current editor of Adelto Magazine. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @journolista.

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May 22, 2013 | Property | View comments

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