All posts with tag:mezzanine

Scandinavian minimalism found its full embodiment in this tiny house with internal space measuring only 21 sqm. Outside it is a simple box of the correct form with right angles – such a structure, it seems, could easily fit on a large truck. Inside, as you would guess, everything is as compact as possible: an…

Today we have an example of very compact housing with high ceilings. This apartment is located on the first floor of a residential building, in a premise originally intended for commercial needs – hence the unusual architecture of the home. The apartment is one bright space, which designers divided into two levels using a mezzanine….

The more unusual the past of the premises, the more interesting is its present – this principle works great for homes in reconstructed non-residential buildings, which we often see in the Western countries. For example, this bright apartment appeared on the site of a former 17th-century brewery in Stockholm, and due to its excellent characteristics,…

Today we have a nice small apartment under the roof in one of Stockholm’s old buildings. Designers made excellent use of the available space: the owners can enjoy a beautiful bright living room with high ceilings and a fireplace, relax and have a barbecue on the sun terrace, work on a compact mezzanine. There is…

This charming small apartment in Swedish Goteborg looks like a marshmallow – just as soft and airy. Such an impression is created by a pleasant color scheme of light pastel shades, the gentle rays of the sun, generously filling the interior and the cute chandelier. Despite the area of only 37 sqm, there was a…

Swedish designers have once again created perhaps perfect design for an incredibly small apartment in Goteborg. 22 sqm – many modern apartments have bedrooms larger than this, but here it is the total area of all home. Light (almost white) colors and airy textiles simply flooded the space with light and now the space not…

The design of this modern loft in Stockholm has a truly New York feel. Designer furniture, generous open space and several large art objects – Scandinavians usually do not come up with such a grand scale for the design of their homes. The apartment layout is also quite American – a large open common area…

More than 90% of the total area of this miniature apartment in Stockholm is occupied by one main room, so designers tried to fit the maximum of function into it. Above the sofa against the wall, there is a mezzanine structure made of painted wood, where they placed a bed. Opposite the living area, a…