Step back nearly 40 years and the world was very different. Europe was a different place altogether. In the seismic cultural changes that were set to be unleashed following the fall of the iron curtain, nothing would be the same.
Today, Poland houses some of the most cutting edge interior visualisations of modern living; a far cry from the restrictive past it and the people were forced to embody. Today, geometry and industrial chic are their own design philosophy. The vision is thus Eastern Industry.
Comfort in privacy
Instructed by the designers for the need of privacy, this 120 sqm apartment (& near 100sqm terrace) located in Warsaw & situated in the middle of a sizable housing estate needed to reflect both a private life and a life which would allow others to relax in a space that felt open and never intrusive.
Weronika Kotlarska, an interior designer and a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw had to strike this balance, and create a theme which could navigate the owner and guests into a sense of liberty and privacy capturing the Eastern Industry philosophy.