Slovakian Apartment Jazzed Up With LED Lighting by Rudolf Lesňák
An old devastating Slovakian apartment in Bratislava was the perfect challenge for architect Rudolf Lesňák, who managed to transform it into a luxurious and comfortable home. Having a total surface of 51 square meter, it was necessary not to fill the interiors with useless day-to-day objects. All the furniture was thus “made-to measure”, while the open plan living and dining zone gives away the feeling of space.
Lesňák enjoys mixing colors or changing them according to music or his mood. “Usually I turn it on while watching TV as a complementary light“, he says. The living wall in the living room – and its focal point- is made up of golden pothos plant. “I used living plants, because it has positive impact on my health and psyche“, Lesňák says. “Moreover, it creates a natural opposite to the modern materials and all the technology“. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Rules Architects]