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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

SUSZARNIA designed by Karina Wiciak

 
October 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Karina Wiciak

“Suszarnia” (which in Polish means “drying room”) is the third project of the “Pastel Collection” (after the first pink project “Sypialnia” and second blue project “Myjnia”), entirely designed by Karina Wiciak.

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

  • Architects: Karina Wiciak
  • Project: SUSZARNIA designed

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

“Pastel Collection” consist of 4 thematic interior designs, designed in pastel colors, together with furniture and fittings, which in each part is interconnected, not only in terms of style, but also by name, as in the previous collection “XII”.

Like in collection “XII”, these interiors are not made to a specific order, but designs based on the author’s fantasy and his fascinations of various sorts.

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

The author’s assumption is not to create trite, fashionable interiors, but non-standard places, at the borderline between architecture and scenography.

The third part “Suszarnia” was designed in a delicate yellow color, which occurs mainly on the floor (simulation of sand) and on the yellow-golden curtains and palms. The project, like previous part “Sypialnia” and “Myjnia” is slightly sweet and childish.

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

This is not another weighty project for serious people, but whimsical and humorous.

A very important element of the decor, which fits the theme of desert, are large and irregular stone blocks, which are often present in the buildings near desert.

The design is heavily inspired by the theme of the desert, so here are also lamps in the shape of the sun and moon, which are clearly visible there.

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

As in previous projects of this collection, this restaurant also  has a unique name.

The “Suszarnia” project also includes:

– Table, chair and hoker “skalny” (which in Polish means “rocky”)

– Hanging lamps “słońce” and “księżyc” (which in Polish means “sun” and “moon”)

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

Image Courtesy © Karina Wiciak

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