What a coincidence – a studio “A Little Design” created the interior of this really small 22sq.m apartment. A client is a young woman who’s travelling a lot and when she comes back home the only thing she wants is a hot bath and sleep, therefore, it’s no wonder that such a small space satisfies her needs.
Without a bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom she asked more space for items and books to keep and a separate space for eating, as the majority of Taiwanese can only eat next to a sofa due to the lack of space and that isn’t really comfortable. In addition, a woman wanted additional space for exercise at home. A lot of wishes? For such a small space indeed yes but everything is possible!
It’d have been much more complicated if the height of the premise which is 3,3 m wouldn’t have been sufficient, as it let equip a bedroom and a workplace in mezzanine as well as to use a wall for cabinets and shelves. Of course, a mezzanine is so low that there are no chances to stand up there but still something.
I can only praise architects for a perfect functional planning, making the customer’s dreams come true and quite unite minimalistic design. The colour white, oak and several black details are used everywhere. My eye, which’s already a bit skilled, differs that Asian country hands made a contribution to the interior. Taiwan has a special style which is close to European taste including Lithuanians. Maybe a bit cold but not overloaded. The only thing that my eye never takes is giant smart toilets…
In addition, nobody is astonished by such small spaces. In Asia the living is so expensive that their areas have already been shrinking in recent years – young people cannot afford larger apartments. It seems that such a trend is coming and to Lithuania. You’ll find a 28 square metre space-saving flat interior in Hong Kong here.