The apartment is located at the ground floor level of a building in the Unirii area, Bucharest, in the immediate vicinity of the National History Museum. The original construction underwent major transformations to match the configuration of the buildings from 1869. The new façade is structured in a simplified neoclassical style, with early 20th century influences.
The apartment evolves around an open space core, consisting of a living room, kitchen and dining area, joined by an open hallway that connects also three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The overall design generates a cheerful atmosphere, with tonic and contrasting tones in the central core. The bedrooms are quite small, minimally furnished, but with attractive opening to the surrounding views.