An old devastating Slovakian apartment in Bratislava was the perfect challenge for architect Rudolf Les?ák, 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.

Les?ák 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“, Les?ák 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]