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Not much more than 30 sq meters, and she managed to fit everything she need to live in to live alone immediately after graduation.


Krakow, Poland

GAP Interiors/Piotr Gesicki/Anna Jurasz

Feature No:   4360 

Qty of Images:    33 


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Marta is an art conservator, a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. She knew that after graduation she would find the most work in the city, where the most monuments of history survived. She wondered whether to look for something bigger away from the centre or smaller, but close to the centre. She bet on the latter. Because it's close to everywhere. And to work and to entertainment. She asked her friend, the architect Anna Jurasz from the Stellar Studio for help in arranging new apartment. Anna redesigned the apartment so that it could accommodate all living zones. A large kitchen, living room with dining room and bedroom separated only by curtains. Marta decorated one of the walls with a contemporary, self-designed fresco. There is also place in the house for items from the 1950s and 1960s found by Marta and carefully restored.



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