Welcome to a minimalist apartment located in a central urban neighborhood of Poznan, Poland, on the third floor of a 5-storey 1920s building. Designed and developed by the creative team at halo. architecture, the 62 square meter home was divided into a hallway  that communicates with the kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom. Its charming clear lines and inspiring details remind us of the Scandinavian style.

The core of the apartment is a minimalist living room, accommodating only a sofa, a coffee table and a few shelving units. Historical pine flooring and stucco walls were renovated.  The color palette consists mainly of white and gray in the living and sleeping area. That, along with the large windows and high ceilings, creates the illusion of bright and large space. Bathroom and kitchen are dominated by white and black, a great background for unique furnishing. [Photos and information provided via e-mail by halo. architecture]