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70 Square Meter Apartment With A Continuous Layout And a Wall Divider Made of Plastic Crates

When talking about an apartment, the first things that anyone wants to know are usually related to the layout and the surface. This would make this particular apartment very interesting. This place has a total surface of 70 square meters. It’s usually plenty of space for two large rooms or three smaller ones. But this apartment only has one very large space.

Of course, this doesn’t mean that the whole place is one huge room with a single function. Although there are no walls to separate the different spaces, there is one element which could be considered a partition. It’s a big red bookcase with an unusual design. It’s unusual because it’s made of plastic crates.


Modern Loft In A Former Warehouse Building

This modern loft is part of a building which used to be an American Express warehouse. Schappacher White Architecture combined two spaces inside the warehouse and created the Hudson Loft. Located in TriBeCa, New York, the loft has a very interesting design. The architects managed to preserve the main characteristics of the building and to transfer them to the loft as a means of preserving the history.

The columns are a very interesting element and a great way of balancing the colors


San Francisco Bachelor Pad Breaks The Stereotype With A Beautifully Balanced Design

Stereotypes are made to be broken and this is something that’s happening every day and in every domain. Today we found a perfect example to illustrate this concept. This bachelor pad belongs to photographer Jesse Leake and it’s not even close to the design you probably have in mind.

The apartment has a total surface of 1,000 square feet and it’s located in Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California.


Creative Use Of Pallets In A Simple Yet Sophisticated Barcelona Apartment

Located in Barcelona, Spain, this apartment has a total surface of 80 square meters. In 2007 it was completely renovated by Barasona Design. It now features a very creative and intriguing interior which uses unusual materials and has a comfortable modern feel. The décor looks very natural, mostly due to the materials which have been used in the project.

As you can see, the apartment tends to have a rough and unfinished look but it’s all intentional. Wooden shutters were designed for the windows which is an unusual element, especially in modern or contemporary spaces. But this is not the most interesting element.


Tel Aviv Apartment Customized Into A Studio Workspace

An apartment is not just a potentially nice family home but it can also be used for other purposes. For example, this apartment in Tel Aviv is currently a studio workspace and it was custom-designed for the artist. Although it measures only 20 square meters, it’s spacious enough.The apartment was redesigned by Israeli architects Ramaan Stern and Shany.

The studio features a very large storage unit. It has multiple drawers and storage compartments and it was custom-made. In it the artists will store a large collection of 2D pieces dating from the 40′s to today.


Old Victorian School Converted Into Modern Loft In Southwest London

Dubbed the “London Loft project”, this apartment was designed by London-based practice JC Decor. It can be found in what used to be an old Victorian School. The entire place was refurbished and the transformation took 8 months. Completed in 2013, the loft now features an interesting mix of modern and classical elements. It has a beautiful architecture, featuring a variety of preserved details which give it character and personality.

The apartment spreads over three floors and the overall distribution of the spaces is quite nice. The main living space has 200 ft high ceilings and floor made partially of glass.


Very Bold And Happy Apartment In Bucharest Featuring Striking Neon Accents

The minimalism of the interior design, the unusual color palette and the overall futuristic décor make this apartment one of the most interesting ones we’ve seen so far. The apartment is located in Bucharest, the capital city of Romania and it was designed by Hamid Nikola Katrib.

The most unusual feature in the apartment is this massive curved bookcase

As you can see, the color palette is very bold. The main shade is white and it was used throughout the apartment, on the floor, ceiling, walls and on some of the furniture and its simplicity and versatility makes the bold accent shades pop even more.


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