It’s one factor to extol the virtues of small, easy dwelling for an artist or a younger couple, however it’s a completely totally different problem to make a minimalist area work for a household with an adolescent. Nonetheless, architect Piotr Matuszek has finished an incredible job of taking an area that measures simply 50 sq. meters (538 sq. ft) and creating a house that’s each trendy and cozy for a 3-individual household – and even gives loads of storage. Let’s see the way it was executed.
Storage was a key concern for this household as they generally tend to accumulate issues and wish a easy place to place them. They have been additionally insistent on closed storage areas to cover muddle away from visitors and maintain the aesthetics of the area clear and orderly. Nearly all of the storage is hidden alongside one wall in the primary dwelling space, which each makes it straightforward to entry and doesn’t create any battle between the principally open areas.
A big couch in the lounge exists atop a platform, beneath which is hidden a double mattress that slides out at night time. The lounge additionally features a workspace, nestled amid the storage areas within the partitions.
A comfortable eating space and kitchen full the primary dwelling space, with loads of preparation and consuming area for a household of three. The yellow accents within the kitchen – within the type of a brilliant yellow sink and ornamental fruit bowl – are carried all through the in any other case black and white home. The result’s an area that feels greater than it’s, however nonetheless has an fringe of playfulness.
The teenage daughter does certainly get to have her personal room with its personal snug areas, together with a settee that simply converts right into a mattress at night time and a desk for her research. The colours of the house carry into the teenager’s room with an emphasis on white and some pops of brilliant yellow.