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Bright Berlin Loft

This interior design project was a restoration. Interior designer Jacek Kolasi?ski makes use of Polish and Czech pottery from the 50s and 60s and furniture. It’s light, airy, almost Scandinavian, with it’s white washed palette. The mid-century furniture adds an artful flair. Photographer Karolina Bak captures the space perfectly. “My concept was to use classic elements from the 20’s –Bauhaus– combined with Scandinavian elements and some Polish accents” says Jacek.

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For more information visit www.loft.szczecin.pl

Photography by Karolina Bak