This incredible apartment by Cometa Architecture is a definitive example of small space living. It’s situated near Barcelona’s Olympic Marina where price and space are at a premium. They have taken a compact, introvetted space and turned it into a liveable stylish residence where everything has a place. At only 56 sqm the apartment needed some serious rearranging, this started by knocking down all interior walls and opening up the front exterior to create a connection with the outdoors - this decision alone effectively doubled the space. This approach also helped the living room design by letting tones of natural light in and of course a bit of natural sea breeze.
The apartment is organized around a compact wooden structure, that contains the toilet, cupboards and laundry. The main uses of space are symmetrically balanced around it: kitchen & storage on its right side, living room and sleeping facing front and bathing to the left. There are too many other clever things to mention in on post so if you’re interested I’d suggest taking a look at Cometa Architecture and see how they work, it’s impressive to say that least.
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Deep Yellow is a small design studio based in Kosovo that produce some astonishing design resources and posters. Recently I found their work floating around on Pinterest and felt it deserved a bit more exploration - and of course a few backlinks to their site. As mentioned in their Behance bio, they are working towards bringing some world-class design resources online.