This modern apartment that you see now was once just an old ugly space in bad need of a renovation. Everything had to be changed and the whole space had to be reconfigured. That’s exactly what RULES architekti did.
The apartment measures 51 square meters and is located in Bratislava, Slovakia. One of the main tasks the architects had to take care of was solving the lack of storage space. They had to find a way to do that without wasting too much space with big and robust furniture.
In the living room, the furniture was kept to a minimum. A pull-out desk saves space and a similar system is part of the media unit on its side. Even the coffee table hides a secret pull-out compartments. But the most amazing element in here is the green living wall. Surprisingly, it’s not an intricate system and not difficult to take care of at all.
To take full advantage of the space, all the furniture was custom designed. In the kitchen, part of the furniture was mounted on the wall to save floor space. You’d be amazed to see how many storage compartments and drawers are hidden behind those glossy white panels.
During the day, this green wall is the focal point of the whole space but, at night, accent lighting takes over the space.
The bedroom features the simplest décor of all the rooms. Even so, you can see how cohesive the interior design is throughout the apartment. The gray wall in the bedroom matches the gray in the living room.
The same modern shade can also be seen in the bathroom. In here, the mirrored surfaces and the transparent glass elements in combination with the minimalist color palette make the room feel more spacious, which was one of the tasks the architects needed to fulfill.