At first glance, this open-plan loft with lots of windows in Stockholm looks like it has a total area of at least 100 sqm. This is a former industrial building, so the ceilings and spaces in the house are really impressive. But the truth is that the apartment occupies only 53 sqm, just some design techniques, such as a mirrored wall and white walls, made the housing visually much larger. Of course, the bedroom is located on the mezzanine deep inside the interior, just above a small but functional kitchen. Enjoy!
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