Old Apartment in Slovakia Luxuriated by Customized Furniture
Jan 27, 2014 15:04
Architect Rudolf Lesňák transformed an old devastating apartment in Bratislava, Slovakia, into a luxurious home. The space has a total surface of 51 square meters, so it was necessary to keep it from being cluttered with useless objects.
All the furniture was "made-to-measure," while the open plan living and dining zone contributes to a feeling of spaciousness.
“Usually I turn it on while watching TV as a complementary light“, Lesňák says. “I used living plants, because it has positive impact on my health and psyche. Moreover, it creates a natural opposite to the modern materials and all the technology“.
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