When you first see the photos of the living room, you probably will never think this place is a only 33sqm Mezzanine Apartment but a corner of a luxurious palace. Designed by Art Buro, this apartment is owned by a young couple, both working in the creative industries and want their home be a multi-functional space influenced by Japanese style of living combined with London objectives. When look around the apartment, you will find there are many luxury accents as well as art and contemporary features representing the best feeling of urban life. All private zones are invisible in the design. A wooden wall in fact is an entrance to the bathroom and the wardrobe; white stairs also feature some storage space and dining area units in fact contain a self-contained kitchenette. There are many hidden features waiting for to explore and don’t forget to tell what is your favorite design.
This charming central Stockholm duplex apartment spreads over a total of 55 square meters, has the design in mind to offer a luminous environment fit for Sweden’s long and dark winters. Wide usage of white wall, furniture and decoration bounce the light around and provide a bright urban living spaces. Arched windows invite sunlight deep into the apartment. High ceilings allows owner to have a mezzanine bedroom which is also flooded with light from the skylights. Moreover, the mezzanine connected with a cozy terrace which provide a perfect place to enjoy the sun and fresh air. The only thing is a bit awkward for the place is it seems only have one bathroom on the mezzanine. It means visitors have to to through owner’s bedroom and dressing place to use the bathroom. But for the rest, there is no much left for complaining.
This half way level between the floor and ceiling is known as a mezzanine level. With thoughtful design, it can turn into a versatile and functional spaces that help to add a certain vibe to the space and increase the square footage of your home. You might have already seen many mezzanine bedroom designs which is one of the most common usage of mezzanine space – have more open living room area and more privacy bedroom space. However, there are some people choose to something differently with the mezzanine level. In below post, you will find levitating office, home library and even a bathroom.
Designed by Maxim Zhukov, this industrial bachelor loft have the office space levitating above the bed. A set of floating stairs lead up to the simple platform with a desk/railing oriented towards the window.