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.
Hong Kong is known for its high living costs and small living spaces. How to live big in small area is the toppest topic in Hong Kong’s interior industry. Here we have another successful examples of multi-functional transformable home design. Design by LAAB architects, this 309 Sqft apartment has a big kitchen, home cinema, a bathroom fitted with a bathtub, a guest room and also has pet-friendly amenities for three cats. Sounds unbelievable right? Keep reading…
In many tourist cities, more and more apartment owners choose to transform their properties into such spaces so travelers can enjoy the comfort of a welcoming home adapted to suit their simplified needs. Those kind of accommodations are much welcomed by some travelers compared with living in hotel. How to design such place and more it comfortable for travelers are the keys. Here we will present you a successful case of an apartment in Budapest where has become a popular tourist destination in the past years.
The colourful lightness and playful spirit is the main tone of this apartment design, which has become a trend for urban French interior décor and decorative solutions in the last few years. Designed by SABO studio, the architects remodelled and refreshed this small studio apartment for a young fashion designer. There are many details worth covering in this room’s design, but let’s start with the multifunctional thick wall which serves as an artistic staircase, display, closet, fabric storage, natural and an artificial light source or sliding partitioning. Besides that, rustic charm and domestic warmth are emphasized by the preserved wooden beams of the ceiling and walls, the sunny wooden cladding of the floor and the bright yellow ornaments that frame the whiteness.