Architects Agnieszka Owsiany and Adam Wiercinski have transformed an 83 sq meter apartment into a student accommodation. Located in a 1930s building in central Poznan, Poland, the space was divided into four separate rooms together with a large common area that accommodates kitchen, dining area and bathroom. Architects have carefully considered the necessities of contemporary student life and combined them with historical value of the building. They have preserved the original elements such as doors, windows and wood flooring. All the furnishings were designed in addition to the space. This functional and stylish accommodation will surely meet the needs of contemporary student’s life!
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