Located in downtown Warsaw, Poland, the creative, colorful and alive “Tamka” apartment only occupies an area of 21,5 square meters. Its design comes from Jakub Szczesny from Centrala who created a fun and playful living space with a few interesting characteristics. First of all, the kitchen or dining area can be transformed by simply closing or opening some of the available doors. When not in use, the “dining room” looks like a stylish white locker. This is an original approach that deals with the lack of space in a defying way. Everything about this place spells “cute”: the colors, the furniture, the random placed toys. This place is as cheerful as an apartment can get.-via Designboom
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