Interior uplift of the Zlota 44 apartment - Warsaw.
One doesn’t need to change good things, but to seek inspiration and possibilities for their secondary use, giving them a better character.
During the interior project at Zlota 44 in Warsaw, we utilised existing elements such as the flooring and the built-in furniture carcasses. This allowed us to avoid unnecessary waste of good materials. Such action reflects not only respect for the materials and craftsmanship but also helps maintain a certain continuity for the users of the space, minimising anxiety associated with the tedious renovation process.
Our approach? Change without the need to give up what is already comfortable and valuable.
In the interior, we kept the comfortable sofa, refreshed the flooring, and the dining table gained greater practicality with a rotating tray. Interior design for us is not just about starting from scratch; it’s about sensitivity to details, improving ergonomics, and recognising the potential of existing elements. Embarking on interior renewal has opened up a whole new dimension of design and well-being for us. We approach clients’ needs from a different perspective, observing how their lives and preferences evolve.