Posted on Mon, 20 Oct 2008 by KiM

Aleksandra emailed us the other day with the following: “I would like to share with you an apartment project realized in Warsaw, Poland. I have never seen any polish design at your blog and when I found “softbox” I couldn’t resist. I had to write to you. It is about 70 square meters apartment, which instead of walls have curtains made from the same material that airbags are made of. Those curtains divide the apartment into bedroom, workroom etc. I think it’s interesting and beautiful design. The central part of the apartment, called “hardbox” contains among others the kitchen and bathroom and is custom made out of old furniture. The company which designed it is called Centrala, designers are Kuba Szczesny & Gosia Kuciewicz.” I really enjoy featuring creative living spaces on the blog so a big thanks to Aleksandra for wanting to share this one.

Here are more photos of Centrala’s work I found on their website.

What an incredibly serene space with clever design solutions. Love to see more Polish design!

neryl says:

Love, love the different wood grain panels on that first pic!

Trixie says:

So great! Hope you feature more Polish designs, they're so rarely shown.

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