A flat with a view. It is in an old tenement in the heart of Gdansk

The interior was designed by Anna Burzyńska, founder of the Noomistudio studio. The flat is located in a tenement and is distinguished by a beautiful view of the old buildings of Gdańsk. When working on the project, the architect reached for motifs in the modern classic style, which she combined with a hint of vintage.

The flat has an area of 38 square metres and consists of a living room connected with a kitchenette, a bedroom and a bathroom. The designer’s task was to create a versatile space that would appeal to as many people as possible. After all, the flat can be rented out.

The main inspiration for creating this space was the location. The flat is located in a tenement in the heart of Gdańsk. The architect wanted the interior to reflect the atmosphere of the surroundings. A suitable aura was also created thanks to high ceilings and wooden windows. Right outside the windows is St. Mary’s Church. This is definitely a flat with a view!

The base colour is grey-beige, which works perfectly with muted green, brown and orange juxtaposed with red. To give the space a breath of fresh air, the designer decided to knock down the wall dividing the bedroom from the living room and install a glass wall from loft87, designed by herself. This simple action optically enlarged the interior and gave it an original atmosphere.

A detail in the bedroom is the wall, which was painted only up to a certain height. In this way, the effect imitates wood panelling in a modern way.

When designing this space, I played with form and geometry. Simple shapes are combined with rounded forms to give the interior an interesting effect, such as the sienna shelf from Salak Studio built into the stucco wall,” says the designer.

In a similar, subdued colour scheme, she designed the kitchenette. The lower cabinets are distinguished by a shade of muted green, while the upper cabinets are beige. A reddish granite worktop adds character, while a copper knob detail ties the colours together.

Due to the small kitchen space, I decided to enlarge the annex and bring it out into the living area. My aim was to combine classic with modern. I juxtaposed the traditional interior of the townhouse with high ceilings and designed stucco on the wall with modern furniture, such as the cupboard from noo.ma and stylish chairs with Viennese braid,” adds the designer.

Anna Burzyńska, Noomistudio

The right mood is created by the lighting. The designer wanted the calm interior to be broken by a strong colour accent, so she chose lamps in an intense colour. An orange luminaire from Gubi appeared above the dining table, and in the bedroom, red lamps from the Polish brand Aldex.

Finally, the bathroom. The room has been given an attractive green ceiling, which slightly relates to the rest of the flat. The copper handles visible in the bathroom give the interior coherence.

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About the studio:

Anna Burzynska is the founder of the studio Noomistudio. She is an interior designer by profession. She is a graduate of the Faculty of Interior Design and Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk. The designs she creates are timeless and tailored to her clients’ lifestyles. – My goal is to create original solutions that emphasise the individual character of the interior. I treat each project as a new challenge. I pay a lot of attention to details which, in my opinion, complement the interior,” says the designer.

design: Noomistudio(www.noomistudio.pl)

photos: Hanna Połczyńska – chronicles(www.kroniki.studio)

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