Interior Designer Oskar Firek comes from Poland and has designed this amazing industrial loft. The enormous windows providing a beautiful acculturation on the light pine wooded floor and makes the room even bigger.
The project concept was created in the virtual interior, which its cubic volume and form is to refer to the post-industrial building (loft). The usable raw flat is 77m2. The project aims to create an open space divided into two levels. Level one, which is divided into three contractual areas, lounge with dining area, kitchen, library and bathroom. In contrast, the mezzanine level is a zone more intimate and private, contains spaces for work and leisure.
The premise arrangement is to use a large area, and a large amount of daylight in order to further underline this, all the walls were painted white. Furniture and appliances in the draft oscillate in tonnes of white and black, often creating a deliberate contrast. The whole is maintained in cold tones gaining a bit of heat through the floor of pine wood, which in turn was defiantly confronted with the ceiling covered with sheathing in black.
To highlight the living room Oskar chooses to place a large bank where you can have a great relaxing evening alone or with friends! And the shower? Big enough for a man and woman or three;) But it’s more, it’s just amazing, check it out!