Brandburg studio, a Poznan-based creative studio founded by Polish artist Maciej Kawecki, who focuses on innovative branding projects as well as on promotion of Polish design and art, recently hired interior design studio mode:lina, to design a new office and living space in Poznan, Poland.
“During his first visit, Maciej has already knew that he has just found a place for living and for working. He has commissioned his friends from mode:lina™ studio to do an arrangement of the place. The task wasn’t easy, because the designers has faced a challenge of making both a multifunctional design studio space and apartment for living on merely 37 m2 of area… what is more, they also needed to remember about “hiding-room” for a 6-years old son! The main function of the flat was to be an attractive place for business meetings. Moreover, it was essential to be a multifunctional space for creative and lasting many hours workshops as well. However, it was also necessary to include all functions of a comfortable apartment. Lastly, it had to be a safe and friendly place for a child. A characteristic box built of sterling boards was a perfect response to the needs. The area made of sterling boards is at the same time a kitchen, comfortable bedroom, office and a cleverly concealed “hiding-room” for a child. There is a “secret base” with toys and “lil’pirate’s” treasures just behind a mobile shelf unit. Putting out the shelf unit is already a great fun! A large workshop wall provides adequate space for working with clients. There is even a place to hang Maciej’s beloved bicycle with his company’s colorings,” says mode:lina