Majestic wood is the main decorative feature of this studio, which was designed as a tribute to the 1960s and 1970s. The kitchen is in two parts, with its storage units concealed in large wooden panels while a Palomino quartzite worktop sits atop a caramel-colored cabinet with rounded corners, creating an elegant, sophisticated flow. The space is open to the dining room, which features a table designed by Dawid, ’70s Casala chairs, and a suspension lamp, also from the ’70s, by Danish designer Lyskaer Belysning. “It was another challenge to find all the vintage pieces at flea markets. It takes time and a lot of patience. Sometimes you leave with nothing, and other times with a lamp that you’ve literally had to beg for,” Dawid says with a laugh. In any case, he has created a modern studio, a subtle combination of elegant and chic touches thanks to the use of quality materials. The warm colors of rich oak, lighter parquet, and quartzite; the retro softness of the bathroom tiles; the tones of the fabrics; and the selection of vintage furniture give this small flat a timeless character that is sure to outlast every passing trend.