, proposed by architect Lina Lagerström, surprises with its simplicity and functionality at the same time. Paris is undoubtedly the most expensive marketreal estate in the world, here is the most premium space. We present the idea for those who own a small area of housing. This is a simple and practical project, implemented in the premises of the former factory attic. Suppose you have an apartment, one wall of which is represented by a row of windows. You need two bedrooms, a bathroom, an open living room combined with a dining area, a work corner and plenty of storage space. Six incredibly huge Parisian windows fill the space of the room with light. Both bedrooms occupy one end of the apartment, and in the opposite part there is a bathroom. The central space of the apartment is given to a living room with a black wall. It is combined with the doors of kitchen cabinets. This design brings a little depth and drama to the neutral design of the entire room. Floor to ceiling long inner wallclosed with bookshelves and shelves. Some of them are open, others are hidden behind flat panels without handles. Elongated storage cases are located along the floor and under the windows themselves, but they can be used as seats. The table with additional sliding table-tops is hidden in the corner by the window, it can be used if necessary. Children's room is very tiny, but there are twowindow. It looks more like a small pantry. The parents' room is illuminated by a window built into the partition separating the bedroom from the living area. These windows visually increase the size of both rooms. The bathroom is lined with white glossy tiles. Artificial lighting is reflected in a mirror placed along the entire length of the wall, and the objects in it appear larger than they really are. This design project is quite simple to implement. Do you agree?
March 20, 2019