This old three-bedroom apartment in Bratislava was talented as an open office space by experts from the architectural studio Plusminusarchitects.
The apartment, which received a second life, located on the top floor of the house, which was built back in 1928 – an old brick building with wooden ceilings and the lack of central heating.
The budget given to the designers for transformation made just 7500 euros. The main goal of the project was to remove all existing wall and an open space with a partition in the middle.
Function zoning performed translucent white shelving and constructive OSB-plates which placed a large closet on one side and a mini-kitchen on the other.
To form the functional elements of the situation were used most democratic materials. Monochrome color palette tends visually combine and increase the space formerly divided. The original wooden ceiling and painted white brick walls contrast a black wall, which is used as a timber for the thumbnails.
The eclectic interior is filled with end-of-its primary function objects and small parts witty, animated the situation, which has become a great alternative to dry office style.