Andrzej Chomski’s “Apartment 175” is another project he had a pleasure to design which is located in the modern residential multi-family housing in Warsaw, Poland. Many of the elements used in design are similar. In the way of conversation with the owners thet6 decided to move the most characteristic attributes from the previous designs to the actual project and expand it with new elements that came from the owner’s requirements.
The new material that was required to use was veneer that I used in the fronts of furnitures all over the apartment. I always focus on few materials i use in all of my designs. Here were Blacks, Whites and Veneer. Each material was used in characteristic elements of the furniture. It’s similar in all interiors that makes all spaces stylistically integrated. The most important furnitures like cabinets, wardrobes, commodes etc. in Apartment 175 are specially designed to save stylistic similarity to all furnitures. The process of designing the furniture except the stylistics has one more advantage- the elements like kitchens furniture may be easily adjusted to the owners need.
In the time of collaboration between designer and the owners the point is to understood their habits. All these required owners needs implemented into design gives the ergonomics- a non-collision functionality.
Another characteristic elements and also the requirement was the storage space which was also designed. In these days, where everyone is in a rush many of people doesn’t have lot of time to clean their spaces of living. The storage gives the opportunity to hide everything in and a lot of plane surfaces are easy to clean up in a second. One of the most important things as I personally think, is to talk with the people. Some of things may be obvious for us but only in the way of conversation we can discover that, what they really need and what we really have to know in the process of design.
About Andrzej Chomski
Andrzej Chomski, a master’s degree architect holder from Poland. He graduated Architecture and Urban Planing Faculty on Bialystok Technical University in 2010. He received three nominations and two main prizes for the best Architectural Diploma in Poland in 2010. He is also experienced in professional visualizations and architectural photography field.