Panoramic glazing with a length of ten meters dictated the open plan of the apartment with an isolated bedroom and a spacious bathroom, which can be accessed both from the hallway and from the bedroom. The modern appearance of the interior resembles the aesthetics of the Bauhaus: the ends of the walls and the bearing beam are underlined by contrasting shades of deep blue and soft sunny yellow. These colors are involved in decorating furniture and curtains. Textiles from Lelievre and Jacob Schlaepfer create a mood thanks to interesting textures and gradient coloring with smooth color transitions. Built-in kitchen Dada is hidden in a stylish lacquered box, which makes the living room instantly transformed when guests arrive. Furniture from Casamilano, Ligne Roset, Zanotta and Glas Italia underscores the actual style of the interior and its modernist orientation. Classics of the 20th century - the Eames Lounge Chair from Vitra - is a stroke to the portrait of the owner of the apartment, a fashionable but educated and intellectual person. The bedroom is at the same time home cinema thanks to a smart TV system and acoustics, built into a large wardrobe with sliding doors. All finishes are coordinated in such a way as to create a feeling of flowing space, in which various objects harmoniously coexist. As a result, the apartment looks much more than its real area.