By giving this minimalist studio apartment a modern look, architecture firm BLACKHAUS Karol Ciepliñski Architekt made it look much larger than it actually is.
The interior design of this tiny, 290 square foot apartment features a variety of elements. Its wooden details and the mounted deer head give it a rustic, 'cabin' feel, while the rest of the clean white apartment emphasizes the modern and minimalist focus. The all-black bathroom with white accents and a 3D floor looks slightly futuristic. The combination of all these elements coupled with the minimal decorations allows for a unique living space in which the resident can feel as if they have much more room than is actually provided for them.
The minimalist studio apartment was built to house short-term residents and by making excellent use of the limited space provided, the designers have created a unique yet cozy environment.
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