Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 15:58:11 PM
The first thing the designers did was to break down the original layout and to open up the interior. They wanted to offer the inhabitants more freedom of movement and it was hard to achieve that with all the walls standing in the way. By eliminating the unnecessary barriers, they also managed to ensure a better connection between the different spaces in the apartment.
The main wall’s top is entirely open and a staircase made from a folded length of galvanized steel dominates the end of the room. The white beams and soaring trusses draw the eye upward, visually expanding the space and magnifying the natural light. Its creates a bright and relaxing space for the family.
Unlike typical attic apartments, this one lacks the slanted walls and ceiling and features instead a very open layout, with straight, large windows and a surprising connection to a terrace that surrounds it. like a yard. The low walls that surround it offer a sense of comfort and security without completely hiding the views.
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