29sqm / 3XA

  • 17 Jun 2013
  • Featured Interiors Residential Selected Works
© S.Zajaczkowski

Architects: 3XA
Location: , Poland
Architect In Charge: Ewa Czerny
Area: 29 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: S.Zajaczkowski

© S.Zajaczkowski

29 sqm is a rather small space to live in. Therefore the priority of this makeover was to maximize the space and to create an independent bedroom. The ceiling at 3,7m didn’t allow the designer to create two equivalent levels, but it was possible to build a semi-mezzanine. Above the bathroom and the hallway there is a huge bed area 1,35m high, whereas above the wardrobe there is a passage 1,85m high. Moreover, to increase space, the living room, kitchen and dining area are combined into one room. Additionally, to deceive senses, a blind door was put on one of the walls.

First Floor Plan

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Cite: "29sqm / 3XA" 17 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 May 2015. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=387467>
  • Nani Sa

    lovely design for library & upstairs.

  • Lily A.

    I love this, it is very very nice.

  • http://www.renderingofarchitecture.com Cristina Alonso

    very exploited space!! Nice project, good job!!

  • Tatiana

    Where are the kind-of-yellow chair from? Love it!

  • Tatiana

    Where are the kind-of-yellow chair from? I love it!

  • B

    Who makes the black counter stools?

  • Jeanine

    absolutely love the full use of the entire space. the blind door, clever addition!