If you live in a very small apartment the best way to stay out of depression is to make its interior cheerful and fun. Polish architect Jakub Szczesny from Centrala had took in mind that idea when he designed this 21,5 square meter apartment in downtown of Warsaw, Poland. There is just 300m from new bridge over Vistula to the Tamka apartment and it has a great view of the Royal Castle. The apartment also features several very interesting space saving solutions. Among them is a transformable kitchen/dining area, an elevated sleeping area with washing machine under it, the shower directly in the hallway and so on. The budget of the interior design was around 6000 Euro with equipment included, so materials and paints were used very simple. Although the result is very cute and fun. The apartment is a great place for the owner to play with his son several times a week.