The flat in Zugló, however modern and ambitious civic flat it was, was previously organised in a manner that had no systematic base, and denied every rule of modern interior design. Our first task was therefore to totally clean the interior, and to rethink its order. Therefore, we could start planning with virtually no compromise.
The living room, and the kitchen – dining room separated from it, became the most spectacular zones in the new realty. The special plasterboard tricks were required partially due to the walls being full of small holes. Additionally, their role was also to separate space and to serve as storage area.
The bedroom and the wardrobe was made in the same space, but in different zones. The fresh green shade made the mood of the bedroom comfortable, wich in every detail serves comfort. Most of the plasterboard spectacle shelf and the furniture were made by our studio’s plans.
The study – guest room duo was furnished to be both practical and cozy. The brown-beige coloring melded perfectly into its function. Additionally, thanks to the shower cabin, the floorspace of the bathroom was expanded greatly compared to its previous capacity.