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“Hoża” Apartment

APARTMENT "HOŻA"

LUXURY INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECT OF AN APARTMENT IN WARSAW

LUXURY INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECT OF AN APARTMENT IN WARSAW

When working on interior design projects in historic buildings, we often have to go back to our college days and refresh our knowledge of art history lectures. Familiarity with historical motifs, knowledge of styles in art, their main representatives, and the most important achievements within a particular style can be essential during the design process. Of course, different knowledge is necessary for designing classical neobaroque interiors, Art Nouveau-style interiors, and yet another for designing stylish interiors in the late 1930s. Studying historical styles also gives us necessary knowledge about decorative techniques and creating beautiful objects such as furniture, lamps, and handles. Collaborating with conservationists, artists, and enthusiasts who cultivate traditional crafts ensures that the interiors we design will be treated with respect, credible and consistent with the style we are reproducing. The goal will always be interiors where the historic fabric, modern technological solutions, and contemporary furnishings complement each other.

The interior design of the apartment presented here is a coexistence of historic and classical motifs with contemporary designer furnishings. Precisely reproduced neobaroque stucco and classic parquet floors serve as a backdrop for unique objects from various periods. This is especially evident in the representative living room, where the main role is played by two iconic Serpentine sofas designed by Vladimir Kagan in 1950. Next to the sofas, there is a large, unique coffee table – an artistic form created by Paweł Grunert in the 1990s. In the dining room, the round wooden and glass table produced by an Italian manufacture in the 1950s takes the lead. Around it, there are colorful plastic chairs also designed by Paweł. These and many other fascinating pieces of furniture can be seen on the artist’s website – meblarium.pl.

The interior design of the apartment presented here is a coexistence of historic and classical motifs with contemporary designer furnishings. Precisely reproduced neobaroque stucco and classic parquet floors serve as a backdrop for unique objects from various periods. This is especially evident in the representative living room, where the main role is played by two iconic Serpentine sofas designed by Vladimir Kagan in 1950. Next to the sofas, there is a large, unique coffee table – an artistic form created by Paweł Grunert in the 1990s. In the dining room, the round wooden and glass table produced by an Italian manufacture in the 1950s takes the lead. Around it, there are colorful plastic chairs also designed by Paweł. These and many other fascinating pieces of furniture can be seen on the artist’s website – meblarium.pl.

In the kitchen, where the main role is played by a white marble island, there is a place for the award-winning, delicate ‘Plopp’ stools designed by Oskar Zieta and made of aluminum using the innovative FIDU method. A comfortable ‘elephant’ armchair in the corner of the room is a scaled-up mascot – a creation of our sick imagination.

 

In the kitchen, where the main role is played by a white marble island, there is a place for the award-winning, delicate ‘Plopp’ stools designed by Oskar Zieta and made of aluminum using the innovative FIDU method. A comfortable ‘elephant’ armchair in the corner of the room is a scaled-up mascot – a creation of our sick imagination.

 

A distinctive dressing table with three mirrors designed by Matteo Cibic has been placed in the bedroom.

The apartment’s lighting fixtures are also designer pieces. In the living room, there are Flos Arrangements, a composition designed by Michael Anastassiades, which we are sure will become the next icon. By the windows, there is the Feather Floor Lamp by A Modern Grand Tour. Above the island, there is an artistic lighting composition created by Niamh Berry, an Irish artist. In the bedroom, there are colored glass lamps from Curiousa. In the bathroom, there is a classic Terzani Atlantis chandelier and Cobra wall sconces designed and sold by Tarnowski Division. Throughout the apartment, the general and technical lighting is produced by the Belgian company Kreon.

The whole is complemented by art. American abstract expressionist paintings from the 1950s and contemporary paintings by Rafał Bujnowski.

PROJECT: Apartment Design in an Old Tenement House

STYLE: Interior design in eclectic style

AREA: 150 m2

LOCATION: Warsaw

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PROJECT : TARNOWSKI DIVISION