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Studio Loft Kolasiński interior design and center table ideas. Loft Kolasiński does both interior and industrial design. They have offices in Berlin, Warsaw, and Szczecin. Having been featured in several interior design and architecture magazines, like AD, Elle Decor, WOHN!DESIGN, DWELL, and more!
Studio Loft Kolasiński has a special appreciation for pieces made between the 1920s and the 1970s. Being the reason they most often than not use unusual, vintage furniture, lighting, ceramics, prints, rugs, and carpets. When renovating a space (or a piece of furniture) they preserve their original character.
We have often made interior designs of unique properties such as adaptations of lofts, industrial buildings, or old houses.
The house, which has a total area of 140 m2, has a closed patio on the side of the living room, separated from the adjacent carpentry shop by a brick wall. The most important goal of the project was to create an open space that seems larger than it is. Therefore, we removed part of the ceiling above the living room.
The project Adaptation of a forge was renovated last year.
Loft Kolasiński restored part of the furniture and vintage lighting from the house when doing the interior design renovation.
Interior design by Studio Loft Kolasiński in the House of Pogodno 3, with blue sofas and a unique and modern center table.
Loft Kolasiński’s scope of work for this loft was interior design, reconstruction and renovation, and designing part of the furniture.
Renovation of an old tenement house in Cracow into a modern attic apartment with a minimalist style.
Interior design and partial reconstruction of several rooms, design of some furniture, renovation of vintage furniture and accessories.
Interior design, plan of reconstruction of all rooms, design of part of the furniture, furniture, and vintage lighting renovation with a modern glass center table.
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