While preparing the interiorsof the apartments, we tried to feel like our future guests visiting Oswiecim – the town which Auschwitz Museum is located. We asked ourselves a lot of questions: what we would like to find on the equipment, what features a comfortable apartment should have and what makes the space friendly to people staying in it.
The Scandinavian apartment was the first one that we designed. Other accommodation in Oświęcim has included hotels with dull designs or low-priced guest houses with a lower standard. We wanted our apartments to be completely different. The first of our apartments has set the level of the next ones. It includes several features that are worth mentioning.
So what is the night in our apartment? What characterizes the north’s coolness, which we managed to create in the apartment located not in a distant Scandinavia, but in Oswiecim?
The three main features that we have taken into account are: minimalism, naturalness and simplicity. We have broken the gray with bright colors. Geometric accessories blend in with the tiled stove renovated by us in such a way that the theoretically cool interior, in practice, is friendly and warm. In the room, we tried to keep the original elements: the already mentioned oven or old wooden entrance door. In addition, we placed the bathroom sink on the restored table of the Singer sewing machine. And all this so that overnight in our apartment would be more than just a stay in a boring hotel.
The Scandinavian apartment is suitable for a maximum of 4 people. The kitchenette is equipped primarily with an induction hob, a dishwasher, a microwave, an electric kettle, basic cooking utensils and a coffee maker. The kitchen area also has a dining area. The private bathroom has cosmetics for each guest and a hairdryer.