Modern / vintage antresola

Some time ago we promised to present our antresola here.

This is not a place for everyone, because people more than 180 cm tall have to bend there, and some additionally do not like to walk on the glass floor, but Michal really likes his “man cave”. He has there not only his own small office, but also a place to relax, including two favorite “New Yorker” armchairs from the 1960s. These armchairs made of afromosia and designed by Guy Rogers gave rise to our fascination with mid-century modern design. Admit it, it’s hard not to fall in love with them…

There is also a table made of wych elm wood from the ŁAD Cooperative. This piece of furniture has a burnt-out stamp “ŁAD Warszawa” on the bottom. Thus, we suspect that it was created in the 1940s in a carpentry house located at Hoene-Wrońskiego Street No. 15 in Warsaw by Olgierd Szlekys or Władysław Wincze himself.


Photos for Moje Mieszkanie

photographer: Kamila Markiewicz-Lubańska / – fotografia wnętrz

stylization: Maria Szymańska