Though it only has 125 square meters of floor space and three-meter ceilings, Residence W feels like an interior worthy of exploration. That's because KC Design Studio, the firm behind the apartment interior, boldly incorporated a wide array of design styles and materials in what it calls a concept of "deconstruction".
Nearly any design material that one can think of is present somewhere in the small apartment. The ceiling is made out of brick arranged in a gentle arc, which helps with acoustics and creates an illusion of more vertical space inside. The walls and floor in the main living area are concrete, but the master bedroom has elegant wood floors arranged in a complex parquet.
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