Maximizing space and style
Most modern apartments demand some level of space-conscious design that makes most of the limited room on offer. Increasingly, the idea of rigid rooms that create a more cluttered living environment is being replaced by large, open living areas that offer a lot more flexibility.
"EXPOSED CONCRETE SURFACES WITHIN COLOR TAPESTRY FURNITURE PROVIDE TEXTURAL CONTRAST WHILE IT BLENDING WITH THE WHITE AND GRAY COLOR PALETTE". DIEGO OLIVERO
This apartment revamped on his architectural design characterizes by doing away the unnecessary partitions and giving the interior a cheerful, neutral color scheme. This loft on 79 -square-meter that was emerged on an urban hub promotes greater interaction among young members while ushering in a hint of playfulness!
The double space catches the perception of any human eye as the carpets of monotonous design with a touch of patterns in favor of colors more imaginative and fun-filled lifestyle.
An efficient kitchen and dining zone sits next to the living area on one side and private spaces occupy the other end on the second story. Bright and comfy sofas that add color to the living room.A small balcony and folding glass doors bring in plenty of natural light and nifty storage units ensure that the loft remains clutter-free.