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Dwell features Parzyszek Residence (Warsaw, Poland) in November 2015 issue

Dwell features Parzyszek Residence (Warsaw, Poland) in November 2015 issue

Dwell features Parzyszek Residence (Warsaw, Poland) in November 2015 issue

On a warm evening in downtown Warsaw, Bogusz Parzyszek, who’s just pulled down the Murphy bed from a flat panel in the wall of his small studio, jumps up on the mattress. “You’ve reminded me,” he says.

He reaches above the recess of the bed, opening a cabinet door, previously flush with the wall. Out comes a stand-up oscillating fan in two pieces—first one, then the other. “I need to return this to a coworker.” It’s like a magic trick—this big fan pulled from a space that doesn’t look large enough to hold it.

That’s why Parzyszek likes the place. So many surfaces in his 500-square-foot studio apartment fold, open, roll out, slide, and serve multiple functions. Even the largest object in the flat, a nearly 10-foot-long, white quartz-topped kitchen island, can move around the apartment. The custom island rests on a steel frame with wheels.

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