Countryside Guesthouse is a project designed by Loft Kolasiński. A comprehensive interior design of three independent tourist apartments located in one building, each with an area of 80 m2. Each apartment has a living room with a kitchen and dining room, a bathroom and two bedrooms upstairs. We created the facility for guests who value serenity and relaxation in the countryside surrounded by nature. Mainly natural materials were used to produce equipment and finish the apartment: wood, stone, steel, concrete, linen and woollen fabrics. Photography by Michał Szałkiewicz.
The apartment designed by Loft Kolasiński is located in a 19th-century tenement house in Szczecin. It is located on one of the most beautiful avenues in the city, near Jasne Błonia. The project included a general renovation of all rooms and a partial reconstruction of the apartment layout, as well as the renovation of historic floors and a design of new door joinery. Photography by Karolina Bąk.
After twelve years of living in the house, it’s time for some changes. The patio needed renovation and the floorboards needed replacing. The bathroom was equipped with new items and rearranged. There was a workspace added to the bedroom, with a desk designed by Loft Kolasiński. New furniture was placed in the living room, including a Vipp sofa and a coffee table, Brazilian Punk lamps (by Loft Kolasiński), Wassily armchair (by Marcel Breuer), a white armchair by an unknown author from the 1970s. Photography by Karolina Bąk.
“Exactly in the year of the Bauhaus centenary celebrations, we were asked to do a comprehensive interior design of an unusual house in Konstancin-Jeziorna. This house is a typical Bauhaus style villa built in 1936. Several characteristic features in the architecture of the building suggest that its author could have been Lucjan Korngold, but no documentation that could confirm it has survived. On the ground floor of the house, there is a living room with a study area, a fireplace area, a kitchen with a small dining area and pantry, a large dining room with a sitting area and a small bathroom. On the first floor, there is a library, a guest room, a bedroom, a dressing room and a bathroom. Photography by Joel Hauck.
The apartment designed by Loft Kolasiński is located in a two-family house from 1936, in the Żoliborz neighbourhood. The project included a general renovation of all rooms, partial reconstruction, conversion of the attic into an additional office with a toilet and the concept of small architecture in the garden. Photography by Joel Hauck
House from 1923 (Pogodno 6) is a project designed by Loft Kolasiński. The project included the renovation and reconstruction of the interior of a house from 1923 in Szczecin. The main goal of the project was to change the classic layout of the house which was divided into many smaller rooms. Photography by Joel Hauck.
The project included the revitalization of the house from 1935 in Szczecin, interior design and design of parts of the furnishing. Furniture designed by Loft Kolasiński: kitchen table, built-in wardrobes in the hall, bathroom furniture, TV chest of drawers.