We came across a splendidly simple contemporary apartment in Warsaw, Poland. Designed by by Pawel Sokol and Hanka Bajer of Polish Exit Interior Design Studio, the Eko Park 3 apartment is located on the first floor of the intimate building in central Warsaw. The quite small apartment was designed to be multi-functional and display a modern collection of spaces and furniture. Wooden furniture – white lacquered oak – induces the feeling of a pristine, warm environment and brightens up the spaces.
The main living spaces including the kitchen, living room and dining room, is the core of this beautiful apartment. The other spaces can be reached via 3 meter high Rimadesio doors made of glass and aluminum. The bedroom was designed as a restful, peaceful room, connected to the wardrobe and bathroom through glass walls. Adorned with a bianco statuario wall, the bathroom features a fascinating Zeppelin lamp from Flos hanging over the bathtub from Victor and Rolf. (Photographs by Hanka Dlugosz).