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Starting with the home-owner’s love of minimalism and dealing with a decent price range, Peters Flat was designed by Mili Młodzi Ludzie in Łazarz, Poznań, Poland. To maintain the small area from showing cluttered, large constructed-ins have been designed to hide something and every thing inside the condo. To prime off the all-white area, they created graphic black strains that stretch across the inside.
Elongated tubes of sunshine have been included into the black strains as to not disrupt the clear white areas.
Though there are solely a few items of furnishings within the condo, they stored them black. Bringing in a little bit of shade, they went with a shiny rug in the lounge.
Handles have been reduce out of the cupboard panels, preserving the black strains going across the area.
Throughout from the couch, the constructed-ins disguise the TV, storage, and a desk.
The kitchen can also be hidden behind the wall of white cupboards preserving a cohesive look on that lengthy wall.
Close to the entrance door there’s a ladder to take the home-owner to the loft which hides a mattress. Now he doesn’t need to make the mattress up on a regular basis!
Under the loft is the toilet the place they continued the black and white theme, this time with a pixelated sample of tiles that go up the partitions.
Photographs by Lusia Kosik.