Neostudio Architekci took on renovations of a multi-level, 90 square meter (968 square feet) home in Poznan, Poland. With five levels to contend with, communicating with each other was difficult. Plus, there was a real lack of natural light entering the home.
The goal was to bring in as much natural light as possible and to incorporate plenty of high-quality artificial lights, as well. Existing floor functions were also moved to provide a more practical flow.
Walls are painted a crisp white while the kitchen cabinets are a shiny white lacquer helping to bounce light around the kitchen and dining room level.
Instead of solid walls, glass panels are used to reduce sound issues while letting light pass through. Above one of the staircases, they installed shelves that look like stairs to hold books and hide extra lighting.
The bathroom may be compact but it’s smartly designed with simple fixtures and one type of tile that goes from floor to ceiling.