Measuring only 27 square meters in total, this studio apartment recently got an impressive makeover meant to inspire future designs for high-density urban areas. The project was called “Mighty Mouse Apartment” and, just like the fictional cartoon character, it may be small but it packs a big punch.
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There’s something open and refreshing about a well-kept studio apartment, where parts of a person’s existence are exposed upon walking through the front door. While this might strike fear and angst into the hearts of many, studio apartment life offers enough perks that it might make a tempting housing option. If you live in a studio apartment currently or are considering making the leap, you might find this article informative and inspiring.
We came across this gorgeous loft in Deinze, Belgium, and we just couldn’t miss the opportunity to share these pictures with you. Not only it looks fantastic, but also has an interesting history. It’s a place where the past, the present and the future come together like puzzle pieces. Everything started with a disused textile factory that was finally bought by Aeon Architecten and turned into a residential complex for 10 couples. The project was recently completed and Loft 8 is one of these 10 residences.
Do you love city life? The energy, life, and vitality of downtown living? If so, you’ve probably thought about looking into renting an urban (metropolitan) apartment, which would place you right at the heart of the comings and goings of the city. In this article, we’ll detail what an urban apartment is and discuss a few pros and cons of living in one. We’ll also give you some styling tips that will help you on your way to creating a real home out of your urban apartment.
Industrial elements are increasingly used nowadays, especially when it comes to interior design. If we think about it, it’s pretty difficult to entirely get rid of them, so the only option we have is to hide them, or even better, to learn how to use them in a beneficial way. Give them a purpose, make them part of your design!