Residential Interior

Copenhagen Mezonette

Interior design of a modern mezonette in the centre of Bratislava featuring Danish design elements inspired by Copenhagen culture and history.

1,130 SQFT

Of space

2 mths

To Design

3 mths

To Deliver


Design and realisation of a two-bedroom apartment in a newly-erected building was carried out smoothly and in a nice atmosphere. The owners admired beautiful and modern northern design style that we also like very much and is our specialty. We were, likewise, pleased to know that they trusted us and gave us a free hand with the overall design direction. Nordic design, in this case inspired and predominantly represented by Danish design, is typical for its use of bright pastel and earth-like colours and natural materials. You will find only a minimal amount of colours the interior and everything is matching perfectly. In the living room, we used complementary colours – yellow with light blue – to liven up the fundamental color scheme. Contrast was achieved not only by the use of colors, but also different surfaces. In this case, it was a combination of rough concrete wall coating and light floor.
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Living room

Design of the living room’s interior was a challenge for us. The problem of this space was the absence of a suitable place for the placement of a TV as well as an unfortunate and overly visible entrance to the laundry room.We solved these shortcomings using a sliding panel that housed both TV and audio systems and, at the same time, served as a concealment of the less-than-unfortunate entrance.On the outside, it is simple and aesthetically pleasing, but on the inside, it contains clever technological solution for cable management for all connected devices.
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Modern white kitchen is designed and equipped in a simple way. The semi-matt kitchen cabinet contains built-in appliances and creates a nice contrast with the colour mosaic. Breakfast stand and wine cabinet is situated next to the window. The proximity of kitchen to the dining room is a great advantage. We intentionally refrained from using hanging lights in the kitchen, giving the owners a prospect of moving the folding dining table if they wish to do so.
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Master Bedroom

Bedroom is located on the second floor. The dominant design feature in this room is eccentricity. We decided to play with the shapes a little and avoid boring and perfect symmetricity. A fixed bedside table is placed on the left, while another portable table found its place on the right. The stylish hanging concrete chandelier is likewise placed to the left of the room’s geometrical centre. The bed is custom-made. It features a beautiful wooden frame and a mirror headboard that create an interesting effect. Even more interesting is the mirror in the hallway. It optically enlarges the room and creates an illusion of a never-ending concrete wall.
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Children's Bedroom

This room is likewise located on the second floor. Its big advantage is two large windows that let in a lot of bright light. On the other hand, it lacks walls that would have allowed us to place more furniture into the room. Interior was designed to accommodate the needs of a pre-schooler and that’s why we decided to give it a playful appearance. We designed a set of houses that are integrated into the furniture and are an interesting design feature. They serve as a decoration as well as toy. When the child grows up, it will be possible to remove them from the furniture.
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Bathroom had to be adjusted to meet the requirements of its owners. We added a bath tub, toilet and shower. The space looks spacious and is well lit by the light from a window that also offers a nice view of Bratislava.


In the kitchen and bathroom, we used ceramic tiles featuring bold geometrical structure and colour. Walls in the rest of the apartment are covered with concrete plaster. Floor throughout the whole apartment is overlaid with brushed oak flooring.

Concrete plaster


Oak wood


Mosaic pattern



Interior furniture comprises a mix of custom-made pieces made by BoConcept. Furniture design borrows colours from all around the apartment. The combination of oak wood and other materials creates a nice harmony and gives the interior a balanced feel.


Design accessories add a nice touch to the apartment’s appearance and help define its unique identity. In this case, lights and paintings are made by a Danish company BoConcept, Dutchbone and Frandsen in combination with custom-made accessories.

Project Delivery

Owners gave us a freedom to design a whole interior. Apart from small adjustments, the newly-built apartment was sound and met all requirements. After making those adjustments, we could focus on converting the empty space into something non-traditional. We created the interior design concept including a detailed budget, realistic visualisations and virtual reality tour. The owners had a chance to examine every detail of our design well before we started with the realisation. We also created a detailed blueprint for craftsmen and designed the custom-made furniture. Design and realisation took use a shy of one month. The whole interior was completely built and realised by our company and the owners we ready to move in in the next three months.
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