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NAP Żoliborz - an architect's showroom

On Sunday I featured some work by NAP from Poland. They also sent along photos of their architect's showroom and workspace and I am absolutely blown away buy this space. Dark colours, a mix of vintage and modern, original architecture (original window joinery, doors, jambs, wooden floors and layout of the rooms were preserved in the renovation)...it's a style I always gravitate towards. NAP decided to paint the wood floors and stairs dark, and this led to shades of grey, graphite and peach used throughout. All furnishings and accessories are available through their store - a mix of Vitra, DCW Editions, Gubi, Carl Hansen, Tom Dixon with EMU, Fatboy and Fermob in the garden space. 

Reader Comments (3)

Wow - that's probably the coolest / nicest place I've seen.

3 Oct 2017 | Unregistered CommenterAnnie

What a cool house! The light fixtures are like works of art. I can't get over the set in the first pics!

3 Oct 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJill Catrinel

You post grate architecture love it

5 Oct 2017 | Unregistered CommenterEshter

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