This two-story loft situated in the industrial object Mlynica is an unusual living space. The Mlynica object itself, located in a rather remote brownfield in Bratislava, recently underwent an extensive transformation and currently offers multifunctional space with minimal residential use.
The disposition of the loft is vertically oriented with a usable floor area of 73㎡. The entrance is on the bottom floor of the loft, where the closet, bathroom, toilet, and bedroom are situated. A staircase leads to the uppermost level with a living room connected to the dining.
起居室可通往享有喀尔巴阡山脉景致的露台。 原始建筑材料与插入的木材和金属元素形成对比，在墙壁表面上具有暴露的电路。 阁楼的围护结构、墙壁、天花板和地板由粗糙的混凝土制成。
A terrace with a view over Carpathian mountains is accessible through the living room. Raw building materials are in contrast with inserted wood and metal elements with exposed circuits on wall surfaces. The envelope of the loft, its walls, ceiling, and floors, is made of roughly poured concrete.
The sofa in the living room on the upper floor is a solitary, fully cushioned piece coated with grey upholstering fabric. The loft is illuminated by distinctive pendant chandeliers hanging above the bed and dining table in combination with flush technical line lighting and spotlights. The project of the loft interior was a solitary and refreshing assignment accentuating raw esthetics and reflecting the character of the industrial location and object, as well as the persona of the client.
On the bottom level of the loft, there is a built-in closet with integrated doors leading to sanitary cells, which, together with the closet doors, create a smooth full-mirror surface.
A sink with steel legs is situated outside the mirror box and is separated from the bed by a black steel clothes bar suspended from the ceiling, as well as a drapery of the same length as the room height, which can be used to separate the bedroom from the rest of the loft.