This apartment, which covers an area of 140 square meters, has been remodeled by the architect Anna Maria Sokołowska. It is located in the city of Gdynia, in Poland, and was completed in 2015. The architectural firm intended to adapt it fully to the needs and wishes of a family of three. The main area has a large open space in which the social areas — living room and kitchen with integrated dining area — have been situated. Beautiful light-toned wooden floors fill the spaces with warmth, and modern furnishings decorate the rooms and give them a touch of elegance.
The main communication axis of the apartment is a corridor that has a hidden cabinet. Concealment procedures have been used for these storage spaces so that they are not visible at first sight. This is why we find that most cabinets are hidden behind tall wall panels or doors that open with a handle that is concealed by the design — usually cracks in the inner area of each of the doors — so that storage space can be hidden in plain sight and placed in such a way that it will not hinder original design ideas.