Warsaw and 45 sqm full of energy


Warsaw is a city we don’t often think of as an object of study, especially in the field of architecture or design.

Yet, I had to think again, for both architecture and design school and for young talents who work there.

There are so many creative studios creating every day really original projects and from which to take inspiration to replicate some tricks even in our homes.


As the home star of today’s post, designed by Skorupski Studio.

A team of young architects, design and engineers who have followed the restructuring of these 45 square meters. Space is not much, if you can visualize it (a room of 9 x 5 mt has already finished the available space).

Yet if you look at the photos, the impression is of a spacious, airy and not claustrophobic house.


The house consists of the living area, that combines the kitchen, dining and living room; a small corridor leads to the bedroom and the bathroom.

The furniture is distributed along the perimetral walls, so that the central space is free.

What is immediately evident is the turquoise color, which is the protagonist of the space. A cool color used to balance the warm tone of the wood, in Iroko style, which is used in all the furniture and floor.


The storage cabinets are silent but crucial: in such small spaces you’re forced to have as much space as possible to hide and store.

It’s really easy to create confusion when the meters are few: two objects out of place and the available space seem even less.

In the bedroom and in the bathroom the tones become more delicate: gray and white, to create a relaxed athmosphere.

In the bathroom, marble in the shower and golden details seem to get us into a luxury SPA.

And as Milton Glaser said:

There are three responses to a design project: yes, no and wow. Wow is what you have to aim to.