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Design Team Makes a Tiny Apartment Look Twice as Big

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With the way urbanization evolving and millions of people moving from villages and smaller cities to bigger centers, new residential solutions have to be found in order to accomodate the high demand of apartments. A Little Design, a design team from Taipei City in Taiwan came up with a genius plan of doubling the space of a 22 sq.m (236 sq.ft) apartment and make it look as big as an apartment twice its size. All they had to do was reorganize the space and find smart storage solutions, so that the floor would stay as empty as possible.

Design company, A Little Design, took advantage of every inch of this tiny apartment and put in use every wall that it had to offer.

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They took into consideration their client’s need, which include just a good night’s sleep, since he/she is traveling a lot.

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They made it their priority to add a mezzanine floor for a bed and a desk, which are two of the most important things in their client’s life.

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They took advantage of the the empty spaces, like the walls and used it in various ways, mainly for storage.

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The white color of the walls and oak tree that was chosen for the wooden surfaces makes the interior looks brighter and more spacious than it actually is.

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Instead of adding a couch/bed, they created an extra floor just for the bed and desk.

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The kitchen looks satisfactory and fully functional, even though it contains a small fridge.

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With the bathroom, they added a large mirror at the wall in left, which is the smartest trick to make any space look bigger in size.

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Living in a small apartment may feel quite claustrophobic at times, but when there are various levels even in such a small space, your brain gets confused about the actual size of your house.













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