A modern apartment designed that was based on simple, geometric forms as well as high-quality materials. Lighting plays an important role in the interior that also makes the interior unique and cosy.

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Roca 2014 competition

Interiors of a single-family house in Poznan, Poland.

Wood that is the most dominant feature in the living room, with a massive wall unit, creates a distinctive style of the apartment. Wooden ceiling that partially occurs in every room, results in a coherent style throughout the whole space.

The concept of the interior design of this apartment in Poznan assumed the combination of two personalities, culture and lifestyles: Polish and Spanish. The interior was designed to be modern, but vibrant with life and energy. The main element of the apartment is a wall-veneer that is veneered with oak, dividing functionally however in a non-standard way. The entire apartment is read as one space – that can be closed in various ways with a 3-foot pivot door. The apartment has a lot of lockable storage spaces as well as open shelves. A dining table for four people every day, yet you can  pull a wooden top and put the dresser out in order to create more space and invite more guests. The intense colors of the rug, couches and paintings refer to Spanish colors and … the temperament of the owners.

White and gray, with the addition of the wood, living room with an inspirational idea for book or music lovers! 

The house is located in Poznan in a very attractive location when it comes to the natural landscape. Unfortunately, the buildings are already typical for the Polish landscape – that is, chaotic: there are restrained urban houses with flat roofs, but also extensive villas with sloping roofs. However, the investor’s plot is located on the edge of the built-up area. From the south, it borders with the forest wall and from the east and north with the protected landscape area.

The building was designed for a family with four children and the entire layout of the house was subordinated to it. The facility was to be clearly divided into zones for each of the residents, and its central element was to be a living room and a kitchen. The investors wanted the part for children to be separated from the daytime and night zone for their parents.

These requirements and the shape of the plot quickly imposed the shape of the whole building and targeted individual zones. The house is opened to an attractive landscape and cuts off through a full fence wall from nearby buildings. The impression that the interiors penetrate, intensifies the same white color of the floor – in a resin house, on a terrace of concrete. The leitmotif is, however, wood. Vertical lamellas on the facade refer to the rhythm of tree trunks of a nearby forest. Wooden elements are continued in the interiors as oak veneered wall panels and fronts, thanks to which the division between the outside and the interior is even more lost.

The functional layout of the interior is subordinated to family life and easy to maintain order. The interiors are not only a cluster of designer objects but functional and easy to clean the whole space: the applied cladding reduces the dirt of the walls; numerous hidden storage compartments help to keep things organized. Investors were not only interested in the catalog house, but in the “apartment machine” that will operate harmoniously along with their lives.

The apartment in Jastarnia is a place designed for resting and the escape from a crowded city. It is a holiday destination of our clients. The idea was to create a minimalist interior but with a slight influence of the Asian island. The entire wall facing the terrace consists of sliding doors, that are high up for the whole floor, thanks to which the apartment offers a panoramic view of the sea.

An exotic accents are introduced by the table, the top of which investors brought with them from one of the exotic travels, and hanging over it 3 large rattan, plaited lamps. Chairs are also natural wood with a ribbed backrest. The entire dining room and kitchen are black so that they symbolically separate from other functions in the room. The living room zone also sets its limits thanks to the sofa, that is arranged in the letter “L”, to complement the arrangement of the room. In this corner, a clay pot with the Ubud banana garden was put.

Wooden rustic benches, woven baskets or stumps in the form of tables appear in the whole apartment, complementing the assumed character of the interior. The bedroom is separated from the main part of the apartment by a wall with wide sliding doors, thanks to which we can partially open it to the living room. The bed was located in the middle of the room with a view of the terrace. Its background is a high, partially openwork door, behind which there is a bathing salon with an open shower, a free-standing bathtub and a washbasin. The toilet and wardrobe are enclosed in separate rooms adjacent to the bedroom. At the other end of the apartment, a guest room was designed, a children’s bedroom and an additional bathroom.

The design of the apartment is a result of two neighboring premises that were merged into one. A minimalistic, contrasting interior designed for a couple with two growing daughters.

The corridor greets us with a black solid wardrobe – visible from three sides of the cube resulting from the bathroom cabinet. The counterweight to this is the string of white wardrobes leading to the kitchen, simultaneously functioning in the vestibule as a wardrobe. The table is adjacent to two sides with a worktop – placing it in the kitchen allowed to create as much space in the further part of the apartment where a large family sofa and poufs were allocated for a spacious living room.

A corridor leading to the night zone leaves the living room. It is the space where previously two separated apartments were combined. To optically enlarge it and add lightness an illuminated stretch ceiling was used.

The first room available for communication is the investor’s bedroom. We suggested placing the mattress on a low, illuminated platform, filling the entire width of the room.

A truly spectacular space of a two-level apartment in the center of Warsaw was an exciting challenge for us. The project was a little atypical than our usual projects, yet in our humble opinion we did really well. What was unusual about it? Definitely investors as they are not minimalists. Quite the opposite, they expected a cosy and warm, cosmopolitan interior. If we succeeded they have promised that we would do the next project for them in New York.

A two-level living room with a large stone wall is the heart of the house. The interior patio, that combines the living room, the dining room and the kitchen, makes a powerful impression. The kitchen with a view of the Palace of Culture and the golden island is a place that everyone, once seen, will surely remember for a long time. Huge flower pots with greenery, beautiful bookshelves, spectacular lamps. All elements of the apartment are top-class products. The living room is connected with the guest room that only becomes it after closing the glass walls and covering the curtains. Until then, it is the part of the living room. Due to this simple trick, an additional dozen square meters were gained. The stairs leading to the first floor are a sculpture itself.

All colors were perfectly matched with the investors’ favorite color: taupe. Delicate grey-beige can be found on window joinery, a specially designed sliding system of blinds, curtains, all walls, stone, carpets or fabrics. Thanks to this, the interior is extremely calm and subdued. Additional colors appear only as an addition. The whole floor is occupied by a master bedroom, a dressing room and another master bathroom. A pale pink color in the flat can be found as well. In this color there is a chair by the dresser and glass walls in the bathroom. The glazed wall of the bedroom leads straight to the beautiful terrace with a view of the very center of Warsaw.

The son’s room is the teenager’s kingdom. Simple, functional but with the character. A mix of pastel colors was chosen to create a calm and friendly space.

Interior design of the apartment was completed in 2018. The living room has tall windows with a wonderful view of the Poland’s capital – Warsaw. Gray shades that dominate in the room harmonize with the strong, black color that in turn highlights the character of the whole interior.
Interior design of a single-family house was completed in 2018. The house is modern, with exceptional lighting and the whole interior is kept in shades of gray. 
Truly modern and inspirational interior design of the single-family home in Sevenoaks, United Kingdom.

The presented apartment is located in Gdynia, that is the seaport of Gdansk Bay on the south coast of the Baltic Sea, Poland. It was done in 2010. It is small, yet very functional. The living room is a part of an open space with the kitchen and the dining space, therefore, enlarges the whole interior, creating a cozy atmosphere.

The project was carried out in 2012.

The restaurant is located in Sopot, Poland and was redecorated in 2017. The dominating color is gray with addition of the wood. The unique as well as spectacular effect is achieved by the flowery adornment on the wall.

Shoko office is a classic combination of our two favorite colors – black and white. Thanks to many interesting and colorful additions, the house does not seem purely formal. Quite the opposite, it gives us new ideas and inspiration to work every day. Original sources of light, the bridge wall, light decorations and cosy textiles give sense of a home space instead of a raw office. The kitchen is also home and cosy. We have adapted unusual black fronts connected with gold holders. Kitchen tables and barriers were made from our loved solid oak by our favorite carpenter. What we do is our great passion, therefore, we are dedicated and pay attention to even the smallest details. Even if you work from home the space can be incorporated to the whole house in order to create a consistent arrangement.