Apartment In Poznań / mode:lina

© Marcin Ratajczak

Architects: mode:lina
Location: Poznań,
Interior design: Jerzy Woźniak, Paweł Garus of architektura & consulting
Project area: 100,1 sqm
Project year: 2011
Photographs: Marcin Ratajczak

© Marcin Ratajczak

Architects of mode:lina have completed an apartment designed for guests visiting the Poznań International Fair. This specific customer defines the nature of this apartment – at the crossroads of hotel features and relaxed homely atmosphere.

© Marcin Ratajczak

The challenge was to use easily replaceable parts (here: IKEA) and create a space that definitely stands out among other similar offers on the market. Designers faithful to the principle of crossing-over combined catalogue elements with these custom-made to create an affordable and durable design giving the impression of tailored interior.

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Cite: "Apartment In Poznań / mode:lina" 14 Jul 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 21 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=149766>
  • urbane.abuse

    Are you sure it is 2001?

  • Archreviewer

    I like this project very, very, very much. While many architects (at least the one’s I have spoken to) hate the idea of IKEA, it’s ability to deconstruct elements into components is unparalleled.

    The use of custom pieces to create whole new configurations reminds me of Glenn Murcutt who spent his time immediately after college visiting factories and getting samples of their catalogue parts. He then proceeded to design the connections that brought these parts together.

  • Katherine

    Really nice interior. Unfortunately there are fakes of vitra inside. The is no lime green color of chairs like this. Shame for archdaily to show things like this. We should promote good design, not the fake one.

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  • pooya ajilyan

    i like it