Warsaw Apartments by Thisispaper

Clean lines and muted tones contrast the raw brick and concrete of this former print house in Warsaw – now converted into a pair of stripped-back holiday homes.

The building is the second interiors project for Thisispaper, which previously transformed a distillery in the city into an equally minimal apartment.

Located in Warsaw’s Praga district, the two new homes, named K916 and K907, sit beneath original 117-year-old ceilings that stretch over four metres high. Thisispaper made the most of this height by installing a mezzanine sleeping level and creating space for a small kitchen or bathroom beneath.

Design: Thisispaper Studio
Photographer: Maja Wirkus

Resident Product - Offset stool and Coffee Table by Philippe Malouin