Art Deco Wola Apartments at 7 Siedmiogrodzka Street in Warsaw has entered the final phase of finishing and interior decoration. The building is becoming more and more attractive every day due to successively added details in art déco style. These details give the project unique character of classical elegance and beauty.
A decorative, wooden element, referring to classical art déco architecture, has already been installed. Thus, a representative character of the facade with the main entrance has been underlined. A wooden module perfectly corresponds to natural stone – sandstone – used as a finishing material. The decoration of the elevation will be soon completed with a mosaic made of precious stones with elements of 24-carat gold created by Lubosz Karwat.
The building inside the courtyard has also been completed. This internal building includes 4 retro apartments, each with individual access directly from the elevator. This part of the project is a restored prewar tenement house, closely related to historical heritage of the Warsaw district of Wola.
Special attention should be paid to a representative lobby with golden elevators and characteristic floor indicators. The building at 7 Siedmiogrodzka Street is one of a few buildings in Europe having this type of mechanism indicating current elevator position. These unique floor indicators have been made by a special order. They refer to classical art déco design applied at the beginning of the 20th century in high-rise buildings in Chicago.
The remaining common parts are also ready – numbering of apartments, wall lights in art déco style, golden door bells and door fixtures combined with high quality materials contribute to extremely elegant appearance of the halls leading to individual apartments.
Special care for interior finishing and focus on details are distinguishing features of all Terra Casa projects. Owing to such approach, we create buildings with exceptional atmosphere, which are much more than a living space.