Loft Szczecin, a Polish studio has renovated a Summer Apartment in the suburbs of Berlin. It is the perfect mix of brick walls and ceilings with mid-century modern furniture.
The apartment is situated in a forest and it was renovated to be used as a family holiday home.
Floors were covered with bricks and wooden planks.
The inspiration behind the interior design of this house was old Mediterranean architecture and the equipment and furnishings, in order to avoid banality, were supposed to be a little eccentric, mysterious and elegant.
The doors were removed in communal areas to create open spaces.
Stainless-steel countertops and a long wooden table were installed in the kitchen. Other furniture pieces, including a leather chair, are from the designers’ personal collection.
“The kitchen furniture, including the raw wooden benches and table, are often part of the furnishing of old Mediterranean houses,” Kolasiński told Dezeen. “In this apartment, there is also a well, which is typical of very old houses for in Spain.”
Most of the furniture and accessories used around the rest of the property are mid-century pieces from the Czech Republic and Denmark.