Comfy Nikes paired with smart office dress code, instead of those high heels. Short car ride to the closest underground station, followed by an excursion through depths of underground tunnels. The name of the game is calculated functionality of interior, cutting back on meaningless and useless sophistication. Practicality is the question and the answer is YES!
There's nothing reprehensible about a healthily pragmatic attitude, in fact, quite often it turns out to be what's needed. It's a particular kind of situation, relating to one's space and territory, when the sacred place you wake up and fall asleep is of great importance. After all- it's a place you love, a place where you unmask yourself and are in your original form, a place you lovingly call home.
It's much more than simply fulfilling the banal function of «roof over your head», interior is meant to express owner's personality, while being aesthetically pleasing as well as comfortable.
The apartment we're discussing is a great example of a compromise between ratio and gentle feminine touch.
It's a place, where dry and cold industrial concrete is disguised and softened by abundance of matter and warmth of light. Competent planning and use of space has made this place good for social occasions, as well as keeping it cosy for the owners by themselves. A girly triumph of getting the best out of both worlds from 55 square meters they proudly call theirs.