Mili Mlodzi Ludzie Designs Peters Flat in Poland

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Apr 8, 2014 • References: milimlodziludzie & contemporist
Peter is a man who hates clutter, and loves minimalism, so architect Mili Mlodzi Ludzie worked with these guidelines to create an apartment to fit these demands. The result is an almost all-white interior featuring ample storage space and interesting geometric lines throughout the walls and ceiling area.

The lines within the wall of the apartment are created through broken wall detailing, which have no set shape to them. This adds a bit more modern appeal to the apartment, without making it appear cluttered. What's more, is that the cost of this upgrade including furnishing cost no more than 8,0000 Euros, which for the result is impressive. Mili Mlodzi Ludzie managed to achieve the perfect balance between making the apartment look simplistic without being boring. Stats for Ultra-Minimalist Apartments Trending: Older & Popular
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