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The amount of waste produced during an interior renovation, even a minor one, is large. Oftentimes, most of the waste cannot be recycled, so the best approach to eco-friendly interior design is to keep as much of the pre-existing materials as possible and to avoid unnecessary new alterations.

Therefore, we kept the stone covering and pseudo-Gothic arch on the main wall and used the leftover bricks to fill-in the openings that are no longer needed. The end result is a space that looks somewhat imperfect – the walls tell stories of previous tenants, there are exposed pipes and visible damage from previous usage. However, accepting the beauty in imperfection is precisely the spirit behind organic production.

Designed by Brigada

Photography by Domagoj Blažević

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