Clean lines and muted tones contrast the raw brick and concrete of this former print house in Warsaw – now converted into a pair of stripped-back holiday homes.
The building is the second interiors project for Thisispaper, which previously transformed a distillery in the city into an equally minimal apartment.
Located in Warsaw’s Praga district, the two new homes, named K916 and K907, sit beneath original 117-year-old ceilings that stretch over four metres high. Thisispaper made the most of this height by installing a mezzanine sleeping level and creating space for a small kitchen or bathroom beneath.
The rest of the vacation apartments are decked out in the studio’s trademark minimalist style, with speakers designed by Dieter Rams and furniture by Philippe Malouin, and TAF. Wood and walls have been painted white, but some gentle variation is contributed by textured rugs, raw plaster, and polished metal light fittings from Plumen.
Both apartments will be available to rent via Thisispaper’s A-Place site.