Magdalena Daszkiewicz, the architect of PRZESTRZENIE Studio, has created a home for a family of three, tapping into the special atmosphere of apartment buildings, mixing loft and pop-art style with minimalist elements.
The art of interior design is to a great extent relies upon the designer’s ability to find pieces that complement each other, and in doing so, are able to reflect the vision that the creator had in mind. This is particularly difficult when one is trying to combine several different styles.
In the case of the interior in question, Magdalena Daszkiewicz has done an unparalleled job, as pieces from various styles blend together almost seamlessly to create an eclectic, unprecedented essence. The variety of objects and colors does not confuse the eye but makes the space exciting.
The loft effect is mainly due to the black ironwork shelves that are used all around the apartment, the black lamps in the kitchen and the black Vertigo chandelier in the living room.
The design of the living room and kitchen is reminiscent of the modernist interiors of the 1960s and 1970s, an effect achieved despite the many contemporary pieces found throughout the apartment.
The characteristic black lines also return in the bathroom, but unlike the rest of the home, simple, minimalist shapes dominate the space, such as the white oval bathtub or washbasin.
But how can we achieve a similar effect in our own homes?
We have collected a couple of options if you feel like creating a similar vintage vibe in your living space.
The centerpiece of the living room is the blue Indivi sofa, designed by Anders Nørgaard in the spirit of Danish minimalism. With its clean lines, the dark blue sofa blends in with its surroundings while enlivening them with its subtle, vibrant color.
The elegant Delan chest of drawers with an oak finish is reminiscent of the fifties and sixties. Likewise, the Bahia cushion covers can be the perfect decorative touch for an eclectic living room.
What’s more, the living room wall is adorned with an original Jean Bazaine poster advertising a 1970 exhibition of the French painter’s work.
Photos: Mikołaj Dabrowski
Source: label magazine