All posts with tag:mezzanine

It is usually very easy to guess that a home belongs to a musician – some musical instrument will definitely hang on the wall. But such decor looks especially harmonious in industrial spaces. This loft in Stockholm immediately gives out the profession of its owner: a variety of guitars, amplifiers are important decor items. Interestingly,…

We see this Swedish apartment as an excellent option for a student’s living, when the pace of life is frantic, you have not much of personal belongings and are not at home so often. The total area of ​​the apartment is only 22 sqm and all the main events take place in a single small…

This apartment in Sweden is a fairly typical example of Scandinavian housing, and that’s why it is interesting to us. There are almost no walls and partitions, but nevertheless, the space is clearly divided into three functional areas: kitchen-dining room, living room and bedroom. A large dining table is an important attribute for Swedes who…

The building in Stockholm, in which this apartment is located, was built back in 1881 and for a long time was considered the oldest gymnasium in all of Sweden. But a fire in the early 2000s destroyed almost all of the historic interiors, after which the building fell into disrepair for several years. And now,…

This Moscow flat is quite tiny, but located in an interesting house – a reconstructed building of an old tea-packing factory, where the original brickwork and other industrial elements have been preserved. It is now a complex of trendy loft apartments with high ceilings and large windows. It was thanks to the first feature that…

Slightly over 20 sqm – the total area of ​​this microscopic apartment in Warsaw is comparable to the size of the living room of many of us. It’s hard to believe that it was possible to create all the necessary attributes of an apartment in such a space, but the designers of the Polish studio…