On the journey

On the journey

Countless souvenirs from travels around the world. The rest is just a background to highlight them. Warm tone. And also the possibility of changing the arrangement.

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk, Zuzanna Andrychowicz 

Year:   2020

Area:  200 m2

Warsaw, Poland

House with a touch of nostalgia

House with a touch of nostalgia

Black & White. A unique apartment. Black, white and shiny.  All insulated with wood. Here less is more. 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk 

Year:   2016

Area:  120 m2

Radomsko, Poland

(Un)divided studio

(Un)divided studio

A starter apartment must often have several functions. For this to happen it can be divided with glass walls, create the necessary zones and at the same time do not lose space.

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk 

Year:   2018

Area:  40 m2

Warsaw, Poland

House by the forest

House by the forest

Two-storey house with huge glazing surrounded by greenery. Wood on the outside and inside. And green. That’s enough.

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk, Zuzanna Andrychowicz 

Year:   2016

Area:  140 m2

Warsaw, Poland

Residence by the lake

Residence by the lake

Beautiful location by the lake and one-storey house, bathed in wood. Perfect for a young family. 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk 

Year:   2018

Area:  400 m2

Warsaw, Poland

A bit of boho

A bit of boho

An apartment in warm tones with elements in the boho style creates a cosy atmosphere.

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk, Zuzanna Andrychowicz 

Year:   2019

Area:  75 m2

Warsaw, Poland

Sleepy dreams

Sleepy dreams

A further stage of reconstruction of the house in Radomsko.

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk 

Year:   2017

Area:  85 m2

Radomsko, Poland

By the water stream

By the water stream

Black & White. An extremely minimalistic apartment. Black, white and shiny. All insulated with wood. Here, less is more. Just as the investor dreamed. 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk, Zuzanna Andrychowicz 

Year:   2018

Area:  65 m2

Warsaw, Poland

With an openwork kitchen

With an openwork kitchen

Warmth and simplicity. Sometimes there’s no need to look for extraordinary decorations. What counts is simplicity and the function it carries.

The interior is made of warm wood. Rest is pure minimalism. And how important it is to divide the space gently with light moving parts. This gives the possibility of easy rearrangement and adaptation to current needs. 

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk, Zuzanna Andrychowicz 

Year:   2019

Area:  85 m2

Łódź, Poland

Classic apartment

Classic apartment

Delicate, cattle, colours with a strong accent in the form of a navy blue kitchen. Very sunny studio in old modernist buildings. The use of technology thanks to hidden furniture.

Architect:  Natalia Juszczyk 

Year:   2017

Area:  40 m2

Legionowo, Poland