The new design of this two-bedroom apartment sees a drastic change from its original spine-like plan with the main communal areas now taking a centre stage.
The kitchen is the first area in sight when entering the flat, with activities like cooking, eating and socializing at its beating heart. A new circular layout allows for a free and continuous unfolding of the communal space, with the more private areas of the flat sprouting from this new central core.
Natural daylight was further brought in by pushing the ceiling up and introducing elongated vertical windows to the east facing rooms. Some original materials such as brick walls, steel beams and pipes were exposed during the strip-out and retained in their original form. Using a limited but strong material and colour palettes, the new space becomes a blank canvas for interior design accents and decor.
Radiceva, Sarajevo (Bosnia)