Apartment 24 by Muza
After a dramatic year such as 2021, we’re looking back to see how this year introduced new standards and how it impacted a deeper perspective on the environment in which we live and work. After persistent restrictions due to the pandemic, people acknowledged that they would spend most of their time indoors, so they began to adapt their living and working spaces accordingly. These sudden lifestyle changes forced us to become aware of the fact that the space we live in has a huge impact on our physical and mental well-being. Thus, we began to choose traits that promote sensitivity, calmness, optimism and play, allowing us to experience emotions only within our world.
This situation affected us as an interior studio as well, strengthening even more our conviction to continue to create pleasant living environments and in full accordance with the needs of people.
This apartment of the 60s, has been completely renovated. Therefore, we have created something minimal and beautiful. Despite the challenges and difficulties, we have achieved what we have all sought in this year – peace of mind, warmth and harmony!
Photography courtesy of Muza
Visit Muza- by Matt Watts