Design a small house in the style of Audrey Hepburn Notin vain they say that necessity is the mother of invention, and a vivid example of this is the design of a small house, developed from the need to combine practicality and joy for the eyes in a small area. Such conditions give impetus to the development of new styles and the creative use of colors, which four brave and very talented people took up. The first apartment was designed for the young andstylish woman, the next fashion. Apart from the fact that the designer was able to provide a place for creativity - a folding sewing table and a dummy, he was inspired by the eternal style of Audrey Hepburn: the cheeky beauty of chewing gum is a subject illustrating such a design. From the good old classics to the bright and modern interior, from the blue calm Tiffany to the bright splashes of yellow and black. Design is necessary for a young woman who has her own personal space and does not owe anything to anyone. The next apartment occupies only 40 square meters.meters, and is a tribute to industrial simplicity. Materials such as brick, concrete, plywood and metal were used to combine neutral tones and sufficient illumination. There is everything you need for life and nothing more: a seating area, a small workspace, a kitchen table, a bed. The third project, which also fits only 40squares, was designed by Caroline Crac for a pair. When people live together, they need personal space, which the designer has achieved by creating separate work areas. Naturally, these people will not be separated in this house: all other zones are designed for two. The last apartment from Poland and represents 41square meter for creativity, which the designer used. The apartments have been designed for couples in their busy and mobile lifestyle. Unlike most homes, this one was not completed "to the last." Instead, standing items like the kitchen and bathroom took up a small portion of the budget spent on furnishing, much of it was used to buy high quality furniture. Such actions are done so that the couple could move, taking these things with them and leaving the kitchen for the next tenants. Such decisions show that even a small house can be made cozy and practical and beautiful. Would you like to live in a small piece of art?