Minimalistic living is a rather modern approach that has a number of postitive attributes and the Loft Cube by Fabio Fantolino proves that a large space isn't necessary to have everything required for a modern lifestyle. Sliding walnut dividers can open or close the space depending on the need at any given moment.
Exterior space in the Loft Cube by Fabio Fantolino is cozy without feeling small and features spectacular views of Turin -- in Italy -- where space is located. Aside from the exterior offering great views, 360-degree windows that encompass the entirety of the Loft Cube make the small space feel large.
What's fascinating about the Loft Cube by Fabio Fantolino is how not a single inch was wasted; the space flows with a certain aesthetic to make each movement worthwhile.
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