Difficult to fit out, small spaces inspire the most seasoned architects and decorators. This week, the editorial team unveils four small functional, comfortable and trendy interiors.
A student studio by Studiokokumi
The art of modifying only the essential. This could be the summary of the work of Studiokokumi, which signs the restructuring of a small Parisian apartment of 25 square meters in the 4th arrondissement of Paris. The principle ? Only work on half of the surface to optimize the entire property.
A small apartment by Ubalt Architects
In Paris, in the 20th arrondissement, architects Mylène Vasse and Nastasia Potel have reinvented a 62 square meter apartment with fantasy. Attentive to the potential of this small space, the architects enhanced its distribution, its luminosity and its view of the city, by creating transparencies, reflections and perspectives.
A bachelor apartment by elii
In Madrid (Spain), the elii agency transforms a 34 square meter studio into a small, friendly and contemporary apartment. A completely redesigned bachelor apartment, in plan and in section, as its name suggests “Yojigen Poketto”, literally “pocket in four dimensions” in Japanese. A qualifier all found ...
A penthouse by AMOO
In Barcelona (Spain), in the Gràcia district, the AMOO architectural firm has just renovated a 60 square meter penthouse. Nestled on the top floor of a historic building, the Providència penthouse, renovated by Aureli Mora and Omar Ornaque, is a rectangle divided into two distinct spaces: the living room and the intimate living spaces.