Two tiny apartment interiors, each under 40 square metres, are stacked with stylish features. Cool concrete elements build an industrial aesthetic that makes the homes feel mightier than their meek proportions. The double height of the first home design lends itself to a mezzanine level that increases the sense of space further; punchy red and aqua blue accents add vibrancy and layers. Although the colour palette leans to the subdued side of the scale in home number two, contemporary wall art and modern lighting designs demand attention. We’ve also included the floor plans for each home within this gallery, which present a true sense of scale and layout.
Next to this coffee cup, note that the word ‘HOUSE’ has been stamped deep into the concrete bar as a unique finishing touch.
Steps from the raised living room land in a sea of geometric pattern tile. The geo tiles flood the kitchen floor and the adjoined bar area.
Upstairs in the mezzanine bedroom, there is a different vibe. The decor in here is rich and sophisticated, suave and relaxing. A floor bed design is perfect for the low ceiling height up here; a layered headboard feature wall plays with the sense of scale.
A modern wall sconce adds a cosy glow by the bed. The open sided mezzanine keeps the low ceilinged bedroom feeling spacious and airy.
Black concrete wall tiles bring in the industrial look.
A square coffee table takes up much of the living room floor space, after a small sofa and accent chair take up their positions.
The media cabinet follows the same leggy idea. Its white volume stands crisply against a grey raw concrete wall.
White cabinets make up a clean L-shaped kitchen design; wood countertops and upstands warm it through.