The project consists of the reform of an attic in a neighborhood near the historic center of Krakow, in Poland. A small studio that will be used for tourist rental.
The loft, together with the kitchen, form an attractive and unique interior façade that longitudinally unifies the entire space through a fixed module and the repetition of its stairs. In turn, it forms a border across which the different materials will be organized.
Among the materials and tones, wood, blue and black stand out, which are combined with white to articulate and unify the different spaces. Blue, present in the floor and bathroom tiles, is used strategically on some walls linked to LED lighting and in constant dialogue with the wooden furniture. Black is used to unify the equipment (lights, taps, etc.) and part of the furniture.
Aware of the potential of the location, we have opted for a unique flat that stands out for its attractive design, its materials and its features. All this without forgetting functionality.
A large solid wood loft was proposed, located in the high and dark area of the attic, and forming the basis of the whole project. The service and auxiliary spaces are located on the lower and upper floors, and serve the living-dining room and the double room, located in the lower, illuminated area of the floor.