As you know, students are not picky people, they can be content with a tiny room in a dorm. But this small apartment in Swedish Malmö has much more to offer than typical student housing. Firstly, it has a separate entrance directly from the street – there used to be a shop in this building, but now you find yourself in a spacious living room from the doorway. Secondly, bright and open space with unique display windows and wide window sills. Here you can easily host parties, and it seems to us that the owner often takes this opportunity. Well, and you will not find the bedroom right away – it is very tiny and hidden on the upper mezzanine level – but this is more than enough for a young soul. How do you like this exposed living?
Tags: apartment small spaces Malmo first floor non-residential reconstruction Scandinavian style Sweden
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