Snow White

The White Rabbit wears a waistcoat, walks upright, speaks English, and is worrying over the time on his pocket watch. Alice follows him simply because she is very curious about him. And very soon she finds herself falling down a deep tunnel. For a few minutes, she is frightened; the experience of falling disorients her. Soon, however, she realizes that she is not falling fast; instead, she is falling in a slow, almost floating descent. As she falls, she notices that the tunnel walls are lined with cupboards, bookshelves, maps, and paintings.
In a dream, Alice has escaped from the dull and boring and prosaic world of adulthood — a world of dull prose and pictureless experiences; she has entered what seems to be a confusing, but perpetual springtime of physical, if often terrifying, immediacy.
One of the best-known dream worlds is Wonderland from Lewis Caroll’s Alice’s in Wonderland. I wanted to create space which is unusual and a bit surrealistic like a dream.
I based the concept of this project on this fantastic story. It would be so fun to push imagination to the limits however I wanted the space to be practical as well. I would say, it is a transition from Wonderland to our everyday existence through Alice's dream.
This is not the end of the story. I already work on the rest of apartment. There will be living room, kitchen with dinning room, studio and entrance.