The interior of an apartment within the Erwin building, in Nusle, Prague
This new apartment, near the metro station Pražského povstání, offers a spacious living room and excellent views of the valley down to the Vltava River. The investor’s desire was to cultivate a development and design that emphasized functionality and simple aesthetics, with complimentary furnishings. The interior is striving for a functional layout that provides ample storage space. The main room is divided into living and kitchen spaces using designated tables. The large kitchen workspace is painted in an unobtrusive white shading, and a smaller cupboard for kitchen appliances balances composition and colour contrast. This principle is used with the rest of the furniture in the apartment: large built-in wardrobes are always simple and white, while solitary minor elements have pronounced shapes, colours and finishing touches that demand mutual respect.
Project completed in 2012.