Loft Kolasiński created a fresh new look of a house from the 30s in Szczecin

Loft Kolasiński created a fresh new look of a house from the 30s in Szczecin

Architects: Loft Kolasiński
Location: Szczecin, Poland
Year: 2017
Area: 1.615 ft²/ 150 m²
Photo courtesy: Karolina Bąk
Description:

“The project included revitalization of a house from the 30’s in Szczecin, interior design and partly furniture design.

For the house we used furniture designed by Loft Kolasiński: kitchen table, chest of drawers, a set of three coffee tables, chaise lounge, bathroom dresser, wardrobe (dressing room). In addition, we used unique, vintage furniture, lighting and carpets from Poland, Czech Republic, Denmark and Italy, that had previously undergone renovation. For decoration we used two movie posters by Ewa Bajek for Krzysztof Kieslowski’s films ‘Decalogue 3’ and ‘Decalogue 6’.

The greatest joy in the project brought using two armchairs from 1972 designed by the Czech architect Jan Bocan. The armchairs used to stand in the Embassy of Czechoslovakia in Stockholm and were never produced on a mass scale. The embassy building also designed by Jan Bocan.”

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