The ambiance of these contemporary rental units in Toruń, Poland is absolutely astonishing as the design mixes elements with gothic connotations and ones with slick modern sensibilities.
The spaces are overhauled by architect Paweł Tatara and architecture firm Znamy się. There are a total of nine units and the entire configuration is recognized by the name of the 'Monka Apartments.' The interior features arched windows, white walls, and rustic wooden beams. An unlikely accent is communicated through the aesthetic of the bathrooms. The contemporary rental units feature boldly colored bathrooms which are "housed within steel cubes."
In addition to all of these features, the atmosphere is heavily influenced in a favorable way from the Baroque stylings of the buildings — the contemporary rental units are located in a building which is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.