Syta Apartment: Embracing Industrial Elegance in Warsaw
Syta Apartment is an extraordinary industrial-style gem nestled in the heart of Warsaw, Poland. Designed in 2020 by the talented Mili Młodzi Ludzie, this unique family apartment draws inspiration from the enchanting town of Monsanto in Portugal.
Experience a fascinating blend of travel-infused design and raw, industrial charm in this captivating living space.
About Syta Apartment
Drawing Inspiration from Portugal
The primary inspiration for the Syta Street apartment project in Warsaw, Poland, stemmed from the investors’ travels, particularly their visit to the town of Monsanto in Portugal. The striking beauty of this town left such a lasting impression that a golden stone, reminiscent of Monsanto, was incorporated as the focal point of the apartment’s design.
Adapting to Family Needs
Originally, the apartment featured a living room with an integrated kitchenette and two bedrooms. However, this layout didn’t meet the needs of the investors who had children. To create an additional bedroom without sacrificing living room space, they introduced a cube at the center of the apartment, enclosed by the captivating golden stone. This new bedroom, which includes a bathroom at the end, serves as a pass-through space.
Embracing Industrial Charm
Syta Street’s design deviates from the conventional family apartment. Distinctive design elements such as floor-to-ceiling doors, exposed walls, and unfinished ceilings contribute to the raw, industrial ambiance of the space. A concrete poured floor and bare structural components, like reinforced concrete columns, enhance the aesthetic. The developers intentionally preserved as much of the original space as possible, aiming to minimize the production of unnecessary interior design elements.
Photography by ONI Studio
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