Located in the Cornlofts, a former industrial building, in Prague´s quarter Karlin, reconstructed for the residential use based on the design of Baumschlager Eberle Architekten from Wien.
The main goal of the loft´s redesign was to turn this apartment into a more “livable” space: create one more bedroom, a bathroom that serves the new bedroom, design the kitchen area, and of course, provide the interior design for the whole apartment.
The first level of the three levels apartment is also the access level and the quietest one. Here we find the first two bedroom, one of which has a new feature – the plaster has been removed in order to display the beautiful structure of the old wall. The second level is the most active one, as here we find the kitchen and living room areas. Here, we designed a white kitchen that defines the main space and configured the living room area with built-in furniture and free-standing pieces.
The last level welcomes a new bedroom whose walls are created from re-using the former glass rail on this level. Along with the new bedroom, this level houses a new bathroom and a work room that has a visual connection to the kitchen area below.
The built-in furniture hides a small surprise: its inside structure isn’t white, but has a color that varies from room to room.