Architect Ewa Czerny from designer’s studio 3XA created a two-level residential loft out of the tiny studio located in Polish city Wroclaw.
The flat has the area of only 29 square meters and this has become a true challenge for the project’s authors.
The designers made everything possible to maximize the space and create a separate sleeping zone.
A semi-mezzanine level above the bathroom and the hall proved to be quite spacious to place a large bed on it.
A staircase leads to the sleeping area. It also serves as a bookshelf.
The entire flat is made in a reserved minimalistic style. Black and white color palette is perfectly underlined with bright oak flooring.
The staircase and the loft are made of non-treated wood that brings rustic style to the whole interior.
Simple furniture in smooth tones looks great in this interior. Light tulle on the windows doesn’t burden the space and adds some streamlining to it.