Designer Szymon Hanczar Created a Minimalist Space for Urban Dwellers

By: David Ingram - Jul 22, 2015
References: hanczar & dezeen
Proving that sometimes less is actually more, designer Szymon Hanczar has re-designed this 13 square meter micro apartment into a cozy minimal living space that doesn't sacrifice comfort for functionality.

Located in the Polish city of Wroclaw, this micro apartment cleverly features a double bed built over top of both a tiny functional kitchen and a separate bathroom. The front of the compact vertical structure also has built-in cabinets, and a sliding ladder can be moved to grant access to the storage space.

Additional decorative touches by Hanczar helps to foster a welcoming aesthetic to the space. White walls and lightly colored wooden floors add an eye-pleasing light to the room; a hammock near the window creates a perfect area for relaxation, and a wooden wall shelf doubles both as an out of the way spot for bike storage, as well as creating a sort of decorative centerpiece for the room.