The Polish bureau Frantagroup Architects designed an unusually asymmetrical small apartment building in Chorzow
Rough brick or concrete walls, ceilings with open ventilation and pipes, huge windows, and concrete floors - spaces with these characteristic features have conquered the interior world today. More and more often, designers hear from the customer wishes to decorate the space in the loft style. In order to understand the features and understand essence of this style, let's go back a few decades back to the distant 1940s and plunge into the industrial life of America at the end of the Great Depression.
Apartment in the center of Vilnius for a young girl. Contrasting colors, high-quality and luxurious finishing materials.
Exclusive space apartment with a wonderful view of the city of Vilnius. The interior design of this apartment has been thought through to the smallest detail. The layout of the apartment started when the building was still in the initial stage of construction.
The openwork wooden ceilings, high-quality materials, neutral colors, and other fragments go well with the green trees behind the windows and the river flowing below. A cozy terrace brings even more harmony to this connection. One step forward, and you’ll find yourself in the company of pleasant peace.