A flat in a large housing development area on the outskirts of Prague has been tailored to the client´s needs within client changes in order to fulfil all expectations. Major changes have not been carried out by modifying the interior layout but have been achieved through material selection, surfaces and most importantly the design of atypical wood furniture. These create and also highlight the homogenous character of the whole flat. The unifying element has also been achieved by a darker surface finish of floors repeating on open furniture elements of otherwise white furniture.
In a small living area, the key interior element has been the design of a fitted kitchen which resembles a furniture piece of the living area. Furthermore, a variation of open and closed furniture pieces has enabled us to avoid sterility of the modern interior and overloading quite a small space with closed furniture. Yet at the same time, we have kept in mind sufficient amount of storage space.