Jon Dioffa

Industoftrial Uses Unconventional Materials to Give a Prague Apartment a Colorful Facelift

by , 10/26/12

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Young designer Ondra Bumbalek wanted to create an unusual interior for his apartment in Prague, Czech Republic. He sought to reconstruct the space for the lowest cost possible without sacrificing an interesting, modern aesthetic. His solution was to combine low-cost technical and retro furniture and accessories to create a cool contrast in the spaces. The finished project features flourishes ranging from complementing ashtray flower vases to a spectacular welding mirror. Check out more of his furniture pieces here – many are up for sale!

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