The Fashion Designer
Being a newcomer in the fashion world, Mira has found the perfect place for work in the former factory.
In the context of urban development, the former factory has been transformed into an attractive office building. The idea was to create a multitude of small units in order to give start-ups a home. The young fashion designer could secure one of the units and this is where a colourful and functional workshop came into place. Mira smiles and explains while looking at the curry-coloured kitchenette: "I especially like colourful, joyful colours in my collection, this is also the way I furnished my office".
When fashion and kitchen design collide,
things can get colourful.
“As my job often involves long days, the kitchen is a kind of canteen for me,” says Mira with a smile. She naturally also has an apartment. But her new studio has become a home if you observe her between her laptop and her creations. “Fashion is a tough business,” she adds.
A challenge in spatial planning: The interior should be practical and multifunctional. For Mira, it was important to combine functionality, a homely atmosphere and unlimited cooking pleasure on a small space. Behind the retractable doors, kitchen appliances and storage space can be hidden perfectly ‒ this way, the kitchenette also looks great when closed.