The flat has an area of 82m2. The house dates to 1930s and boasts high ceilings and high vertical windows. The orientation of the flat is mostly eastern.
The original layout was an interconnected 2+1. Two large interconnecting rooms which could only be accessed through the interconnecting kitchen.
The aim was to create a 4kk layout suitable for family living and finding a suitable flat was also part of the project (more precisely, a flat with an improperly designated layout and seemingly zero potential before reconstruction).
We also participated in all phases of the project – from study to realization.
In our projects, we always try to create a strong central living space with a pleasant atmosphere and with spatial connection to other spaces. We divided the apartment into the living area – living room, kitchen units and study/guest room, also into the quiet part of the bedrooms and utility room accessible from the hallway.
By cancelling the inappropriately situated bathroom with a toilet and returning it to its original location, we achieved the entrance directly into the living space. The study room and the kitchen units lightened by fanlight were created from the original kitchen. These spaces are and aren’t part of the main living space. The bedroom and children’s room were created by dividing the large corner room while the areas of the rooms are 12m2.
We designed the entrance to the quiet zone of the rooms through the library space, thereby we suppress the narrow proportion of the rooms and create storage spaces in them for the entire height of the room.