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Adam Wierciński Designs a Tiny Apartment in Poznan, Poland

By • Mar 17, 2016

K103 is a project designed by Adam Wierciński.

The 893-square-foot home is located in Poznan, Poland.

K103 by Adam Wierciński (1)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (2)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (3)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (4)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (5)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (6)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (7)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (8)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (9)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (10)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (11)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (12)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (13)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (14)
K103 by Adam Wierciński (15)

K103 by Adam Wierciński:

“Students apartment is placed in 30s building in the center of Poznan. Because of its purpose, 83 sq. meters (893 sq. feet) were divided into 4 independent rooms, a common space – kitchen and a dining area placed in a spacious corridor, bathroom and a toilet. Each room has its own build-in wardrobe, hidden behind curtain, that is not only a spacious storage but also separates sleeping area from the corridor.

Some of the furniture like desks combined with radiator covers, small tables, magnetic boards, dining table and benches have been designed specifically for this space. To highlight apartment’s rental character in the interior appeared identification elements – room numbers and symbols of bathroom and toilet. In the common part you can find original gymnastic ladder that fits perfectly to the students apartment theme plus can be very useful.

Original elements of this apartment like doors with transoms, casement windows and wooden floor were carefully preserved hence interior color is limited to white and gray that highlights the valuable pieces from the 30s. Only color accents are the identification elements, frame of the kitchen table and two walls painted dark green.”

K103 by Adam Wierciński (16)
Floor Plan
K103 by Adam Wierciński (17)
Axonometry

Photos by: Przemysław Turlej

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