Here is a studio apartment for a single person on Beethovena Street in Warsaw’s Mokotów district. Although small, according to the owner’s wishes, it was supposed to emanate elegance in a masculine edition and true luxury. To achieve this effect in a compact area, we opted for top-quality materials. Their strongest accent is undoubtedly the spectacular Dragon quartzite, which was used to create the kitchen island, among other things. Since this stone has transparent sections, we made sure that its beauty is emphasized by light emanating from underneath after dark. The tall built-in furniture behind the island has sliding doors. Thanks to them, the most practical kitchen area can disappear from view if needed. Then, sitting in the legendary Barcelona chair designed by Mies van der Rohe, the owner can enjoy European design masterpieces undisturbed. And if not in the chair? For relaxation surrounded by excellent design, there is also a comfortable bed in the bedroom and a suitably long bathtub.