Flat Io in Bratislava by Alan Prekop

Concrete ceiling, geometric forms and stainless steel detailing are the key elements in this light and airy 70 square metre loft in Brativslava by Slovakian architect Alan Prekop.

The basic idea was to open up the floor plan and thus connect the individual rooms. The flat can be adapted to different situations thanks to the wooden lattice construction, and in “rest mode” the flat can be closed to achieve the necessary intimacy of the night zone. In the middle of the floor plan, there is a partition-free column and a huge round aperture – together they form an essential architectural element of the entire interior.

Colours are used sparingly in this apartment. Just a touch of buttercream colour here and there like in the statement buttercream kitchen unit.

Images courtesy of Alan Prekop. Photography by nora&jakub