See a 100-meter apartment in Gdańsk, a wonderful combination of a loft style with the elegance of a metropolitan chic. The brick wall in combination with the gray, beautiful wooden furniture perfectly harmonizes with the light wooden floor. The open kitchen to the living room is conducive to family moments together.

Although there is not a single real loft in the Tri-City, investors have opted for an interior inspired by post-industrial style. The investors turned out to be people full of passion, and their interests and lifestyle became an additional inspiration for the architect.The interior arrangement had to start with the modification of the functional layout proposed by the developer and adapting it to the needs of future hosts. The architect proposed several solutions, eliminating the disadvantages of the original division of the space.

A narrow, underexposed corridor and a kitchen with an uncomfortable working space turned out to be unsatisfactory so Jan Sikora  proposed a clear division of the apartment into three clearly separated zones. The representative living area with a living room, open kitchen and dining room is an open space, shared by the household members and their guests. In addition, he designated a private part of the hosts with a double bedroom and a bathing room, as well as a spacious wardrobe and a music room. In the living room there is a bedroom with a separate bathroom. The division into zones has been carefully thought out so that they do not interfere with each other.

Photography : Paweł Mądry

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Anastasia is the lead author of She has studied English Literature and Psychology in the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens as well as Interior Design & Architecture in AKTO College. She works in the field of Higher Education and has a special passion for cozy interiors.

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