Mezonet Dlhé diely

Bratislava, Slovakia
Usable Area:
230,8sqm + 50,6sqm (T) + 149,5sqm (G)
Completion Date:
October 2011
Pavel Meluš

Condominium Renaissance is a housing project built in 2008 in western part of Bratislava. Located on a southern slope of Dlhé Diely, the estate provides unobstructed views of Danube river, its floodplain forests and austrian countryside. The duplex apartment occupies two lowest levels of the building and is partly set in the terrain - a fact hardly recognisable from the interior. Thanks to perfect orientation, stunning views and generous garden it feels more like a villa than an apartment building.

Minor changes to the layout of the apartment were needed. On the lower floor the entrance area was redesigned to provide appropriate storage room. Formerly walk-through kitchen was modified and spacious storage room was added. On the upper floor one of the smaller bedrooms gave place to master bedroom suite with its own bedroom and walk-in closet.

The choice of materials and colours in the interior of the duplex is largely due to owners plan to rent the apartment out. The idea was to provide an elegant yet cosy atmosphere with enough space for the adaptation by future tenant. Thorough the apartment wooden floors (oak) are combined with wood veneer (ash), white walls and natural fabrics.

A distinctive feature of the interior is a wall painting by Juraj Serwo Hubinský. This can not only be found on the double-storey staircase wall but in the master bedroom and storage room as well.

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