This small apartment is situated in a newly-built residential complex in Bucharest, Romania, and stretches over 50 square meters. Created by studio Rosu & Ciocodeica for a young couple with a passion for architecture and design, this apartment has a great balance of aesthetics and functionality. Take a peek!
Due to the apartment’s size, maximizing available living and storage space was important. The solution came in the form of a generous, custom-made storage system which integrated into the wooden plates trimmings.
The living room is the “hot-spot” of the apartment, from which all other rooms are accessed and observable. It’s divided into 2 spaces: the dining area and the relaxing quarters, brought together by a 90cm high cabinet.
Despite the open plan, privacy in the sleeping area wasn’t overlooked. The curtains in the bedroom can cover, if needed, 3 out of the 4 walls. The atmosphere is, therefore, more relaxing and at the same time sound proof.
A striking palette of colors and materials was used throughout the apartment. The stylish dark blue paint used on the walls nicely contrasts the warm wood trimmings, concrete ceiling, and industrial-looking, see-through metallic locks.
Special attention was given to the interior lighting which was adapted to every corner, creating a dynamic atmosphere.
From the color palette to the materials and lighting system, from aesthetics to functionality, this modern apartment in Bucharest feels harmonious, warm, and is great match for a young couple, with a passion for architecture and design.